11/15/2016

With our ThingWorx enterprise-ready technology platform, developers are building and deploying smart, connected solutions for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). Through use of extensions created by an ecosystem of partners and developers, the ThingWorx platform provides the building blocks you can use to deliver new services or applications. The ThingWorx Eclipse Plugin acts as the structural backbone of these extensions, freeing you up to focus purely on feature development. Learn how to quickly and easily enable ThingWorx to utilize custom 3rd party APIs and make the ThingWorx Platform work for you.

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Thearon Helgeson

Since graduating in 2012 with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems from the University of Minnesota Duluth, Thearon carries a history of full-stack development for enterprise web systems for ImageTrend to his development role at PTC, focusing on technical areas such as web services, systems integration and enterprise platform technologies. Today, he’s an active driver in development of ThingWorx Platform enhancements in Extensibility and a leader in development efforts on the ThingWorx Eclipse Plugin for Extension Development. Thearon literally lives and breathes his work, integrating IoT into his everyday life, with a Smart house loaded with everything from automated lights and thermostat to moisture sensors.

Watch this video for insight into utilizing the Eclipse Plugin to rapidly build ThingWorx extensions. In this webinar we will:

  • Introduce the ThingWorx Thing Model - just enough to get you started building extensions using ThingTemplates, ThingShapes and Things – along with Properties, Services, and Configuration Tables
  • Highlight the main capabilities of ThingWorx Composer, including Mashups, Things and Streams and how you can use these to build an extension
  • Explain ThingWorx extensions and how they can be used to quickly enhance the functionality of your IIoT solution
  • Demonstrate using the Eclipse Plugin for ThingWorx Extension development to build a custom extension