The entire interface of selecting drivers, writing firmware, and creating apps is all done through the Quantum Cloud via a web browser. This means you are always using the latest software and have access to all the latest drivers and objects every time you open the web interface. Nothing is installed or runs on your computer. Any device with a web browser can be used to create IoT applications.
Once an app is created, it lives and runs on the local Q-server and does not require an internet connection.
Easy code generation. Supports low energy. Dynamic API. Future drivers can be rolled out dynamically. Firmware caching for existing and pre-built firmware. Safe and secure access through the Quantum Cloud. Easily scalable to generate multiple firmware at the same time.
Eric Bogatin, Nuts and Volts contributing author
In literally five minutes, I was able to create a hardware system that wirelessly interacted between sensors and actuators located anywhere within my house. In less time than that, I created a cloud-based interface that turned a relay off and on.