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Social Networking


Online Social Networks (OSNs) have become an important part of our everyday online lives. We communicate, share content, and organize meetings and events using OSN platforms. However, even though there is a strong trend towards OSN services to become the main communication medium, most OSN platforms are still proprietary, closed services that keep users from connecting directly and seamlessly to the services of other OSN platforms. SNET is working on novel architectures and mechanisms to
mitigate the lock-in effects of today’s OSN platforms and build new and innovative services. Research in this area addresses topics such as privacy and security, protocol design, distributed system architectures, and mobile services.


Overview of JavaScript Engines for Resource-Constrained Microcontrollers
Citation key Grun2006:Overview
Author Grunert, K.
Title of Book 5th International Conference on Smart and Sustainable Technologies 2020(SpliTech 2020)
Pages 1-7
Year 2020
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.23919/SpliTech49282.2020.9243749
Address Split, Bol, Croatia
Abstract IoT devices often use small, constrained microcontrollers to implement their functionality. Usually, they are programmed with languages like C or C++, but there is a trend to use interpreted languages for this task. In this paper, we focus on JavaScript. We discuss the advantages and disadvantages of using this interpreted language for microcontroller development, we give an overview of the available JavaScript engines for constrained devices, and we compare these interpreters' general properties. One finding shows that the projects can be divided into embeddable interpreters (JerryScript, Duktape, mJS) and standalone runtimes (Espruino, Moddable, Mongoose OS). It was also identified that the interpreters follow different architectural approaches.
Bibtex Type of Publication SNET Data Social Ubiquitous
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