evrythng.js SDK v5.0.0 Released

Posted by Chris Lewis about a month ago

The evrythng.js SDK, backbone of most of our AMPLIFY experiences, has received a major update to version 5.0.0! ...

Real-time Web Scanning with scanthng.js

Posted by Chris Lewis 7 months ago

Scanthng.js (formerly known as evrythng-scan.js) is our Identifier Recognition plugin library for the evrythng.js SDK. It allows developers to easily scan and identify on the web products and Thng...

Creating Custom Widgets Walkthrough Now Available

Posted by Chris Lewis 9 months ago

The EVRYTHNG Dashboard has quite a few options for customisation, from the account logo and high-level sections, to the layout of widgets on each dashboard page, and the fine-grained configuration eac...

New GS1 Digital Link Tools Available

Posted by Chris Lewis 10 months ago

After the recent launch of the integration in the EVRYTHNG Platform for the GS1 Digital Link standard...

Introducing the EVRYTHNG CLI

Posted by Chris Lewis 11 months ago

We have just released the first version of the EVRYTHNG CLI (Command Line Interface)! Similar to other products and systems you may already use (including G...

Using API Description at EVRYTHNG

Posted by Chris Lewis about a year ago

Introduction When dealing with a complex API with many different possible types of request, it can be difficult to know exactly how to interact with it. For example, what is the correct input data...

New Native Identifier Recognition SDKs

Posted by Chris Lewis about a year ago

We have introduced two new SDKs for performing identifier recognition in Android and iOS native applications. With these new SDKs, developers can seamlessly embed a item identification code (such as a...

Reactor Walkthrough Now Available

Posted by Chris Lewis about a year ago

There is now a full walkthrough for the Reactor available in the Documentation section. The walkthrough aims to provide a good conceptual introduction to the ...

Application User API Update

Posted by Chris Lewis about a year ago

As part of ongoing security enhancements, we are updating the Application User API to introduce an additional check when updating the password field. Previously, a PUT /users/:evrythngUser reque...

KRACK WPA2 Vulnerability and EVRYTHNG

Posted by Dominique Guinard about a year ago

As many of you probably heard a severe vulnerability has been discovered in WPA2. This is important as WPA2 is the most widespread WiFi security protocol and it is used by a vast majority of routers, ...