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The uecho-rs is a portable, cross-platform development framework for Rust developers to create ECHONET-Lite controller and device applications. ECHONET-Lite is an open standard specification for IoT devices in Japan, it specifies more than 100 IoT devices such as crime prevention sensors, air conditioners and refrigerators.

What is uEcho ?

The uecho-rs is a comprehensive framework for ECHONET-Lite development in Rust. To implement IoT controllers or devices of ECHONET-Lite, the developer had to understand and implement the communication middleware specification such as the message format and base sequences.

The uecho-rs provides the following major components to control ECHONET-Lite devices and create the standard ECHONET-Lite devices easily without in-depth ECHONET-Lite specification understanding.

The uecho-rs handles all ECHONET-Lite requests such as read, write and notification requests automatically. Therefore, Rust developers can implement the standard device and controller applications using the uecho-rs easily by simply implementing the request message validators.

Getting Started

To add the uecho-rs to your project, add the following to your Cargo.toml file:

echonet = "1.x.x"

no_std support:

echonet = { version = "1.x.x", features = ["no_std"] }

The examples are available for ECHONET-Lite controller and device implementations using the uecho-rs, check out the examples folder in GitHub.

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This project is licensed under the Apache-2.0 License.


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