Today, many objects have the potential to be connected to the internet to generate data that is useful for a person's decision making, or even communicate with other items, such as Amazon's Alexa.
We can, through pre-programmed commands, turn lights on or off throughout the house, in a certain environment, or even change the color of lamps that have technology to connect to each other. We call this process IoT or Internet of Things, where we have several objects such as smartphones, headphones, televisions, video games, smartwatches connected to each other, generating different actions. A good example is when we change music on the smartwatch and another action takes place on the cell phone, or when we change music on the computer by buttons on the wireless headphones.
There are several other Node.js libraries that give us several possibilities to explore the Internet of Things. With those that communicate via Bluetooth, with devices like gort.io, we can create commands in Node.js that change the television channel, or that increase the volume of speakers that support this type of connection, and also exchange songs on the cell phone via pre-programmed commands.
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