Guide Concept

This project will introduce the ThingWorx Data Model.

Following the steps in this guide, you will consider data interactions based on the user needs, specific user requirements that might need to be covered, in addition to considering modularity, reusability and future updates.

We will teach you how to think about a properly-constructed foundation, which will allow your application to be scalable, flexible, and more secure.

Guide Info

Level Getting Started
Est. Time 30 Minutes
Published March 21, 2019
Author Jason Wyatt

You'll learn how to

    • Utilize the function of a data model for your IoT application
    • Conceptualize data model components, including Thing, Thing Shape and Thing Template
    • Design ThingWorx interaction with connected devices
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Things used in this guide

Environment:

This guide may be completed within any environment where you have access to the ThingWorx Foundation server.

This includes both the hosted evaluation server, as well as the downloadable trial.

Software components:
Previous knowledge:

DATA MODEL INTRODUCTION

Outline
  • Step 1: Benefits
  • Step 2: Entities
  • Step 3: Inheritance Model
  • Step 4: Scenario
  • Step 5: Next Steps

This guide is part of a Learning Path. We've curated other guides relevant to this one to help you learn and get up to speed as quickly as possible.
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