The MDN is more than just an SDK. It provides everything you need to build custom applications that will help businesses unlock the full potential of the Industrial Internet of Things. It’s a fully functional development environment that supports your continuous deployment efforts with improved DevOps collaboration. You’ll have access to forums, chat rooms, and workgroups for collaboration. IDEs and build servers for CI, QA supported by Jenkins, debuggers, and GitHub for managing source code. With the MDN, you can sink your teeth into tutorials, sample code, self-paced training, and documentation, right away.
Step 1: Identify the problem. Step 2: Write the code. Step 3: Solve the problem. It’s that easy. You can extend the power of the MIx product portfolio by developing dynamic plugins that are designed for reuse and cover a broad range of functionality such as data adapters, reports, and indicators. Package these plugins together as a MIx App™ and you’re on your way to monetizing your expertise in the marketplace.
Don’t bang your head against the wall. We’ve got your back. Within the MDN environment, you can leverage collaboration tools such as peer-to-peer chat room that provide access to real-time information sharing, sample code, templates and technical documentation. Plus, you’ll have access to your team’s workgroup space for documenting solutions, creating diagrams and having a full repository of content.
From Dev, to QA, to Production. We’ve got you covered in our agile software environment. Need to check-in code, debug, or test applications in a live environment? The MDN is a complete DevOps system that is purpose-built to enable you to build, test, and release applications both quickly and reliably. Did we mention that MDN is a cloud-hosted service? The MDN allows you to develop platform software without having to install anything locally or manage complex software dependencies.
With MIx, you can write simple XML macros for creating business assertions, templates for analysis and information processing, as well as new library features for functions and indicators. The MIx language is based on the concept of Templates, Functions and Query syntax. MIx templates are an XML-based language that dynamically integrates and transforms data from a wide variety of sources to create new, composite data sets. These templates are very similar in structure and grammar to XSLT style sheets and are therefore easy to learn.