The ontology is a list of standard terms used throughout this documentation, which are necessary to understand the Droplit system. Many of these terms may already be familiar to smart device users.
|The user's account in the Droplit system.
|A human-readable name for a unique ID, which must also be unique.
|A program that connects to a Droplit server.
|An instance of the Droplit system (server) or an external program that connects to a Droplit server (application).
|An object used by the Droplit system to organize devices the system controls.
|A mode of authorization, connected to a specific interface, into the Droplit system.
|Curated Service Class
|A service class that is available by default inside the Droplit system.
|Developer Command Line
|A console through which the Droplit system can be accessed.
|A virtual representation of a smart device inside the Droplit system.
|An alias for an ecosystem.
|A top-level container in the Droplit system, which encapsulates all other container types.
|The software that creates a connection to the Droplit.io cloud from a local network server.
|The used in the Edge server to identify a local device in the Droplit cloud.
|An entry point into the Droplit API.
|A container that represents a physical location in space.
|HTTP Status Code
|A response given from an endpoint containing an HTTP status.
|A hardware device that interfaces directly with the Droplit server.
|A unique identifier for a container, server, or object.
|Non-standard data associated with an object, usually structured as JSON.
|An instance of the Droplit system.
|The implementation of a service class.
|The definition of standard events, properties, and methods used with devices.
|An authentication credential required to access an API endpoint.
|Trace Command Line
|A console through which the Droplit system can be accessed in real time.
|The program which allows applications to access the Droplit system.
|A grouping of devices.