A certificate type required to install a plugin on the SmartThings app. Identifies the author and enables future updates to the plugin.
A way to control the SmartThings ecosystem without manual intervention. Can be an AWS Lambda function or WebHook that monitors events from IoT devices and automatically interacts with them through the SmartThings API. ⧉
Capabilities specify device attributes (state information or properties) and commands (ways to control or actuate the device). ⧉
A comprehensive product listing of SmartThings IoT devices that can be managed by the SmartThings app.
A Device Handler is a representation of a physical device in the SmartThings platform. It is responsible for communicating between the actual device and the SmartThings platform in a hub-connected integration.
A unique certificate or public key pair used to authenticate a device on SmartThings Cloud. These must be generated and stored in the secure element of the device in the manufacturing phase. SmartThings Cloud supports X.509 and ED25519.
Live logging is available in the Tools menu in Developer Workspace and displays a live capture of events from your installed SmartApps and connected devices.
Manufacturer ID (MNID)
A unique four-letter ID assigned to SmartThings developers (individual MNID) and enrolled organizations (company MNID) that can be viewed at My Page > MNID.
An application that creates an Automation or integrates a cloud-connected device) into SmartThings Cloud or. A SmartApp can either be an AWS Lambda function, or a WebHook endpoint with a RESTful API interface.
A mobile app that centrally and remotely manages SmartThings IoT devices. The app can monitor device status, detect events, control device capabilities, and access the SmartThings catalog. Supported on Android and iOS devices. ⧉
A cloud-based platform that seamlessly connects SmartThings IoT devices, providing a central consumer touchpoint through the SmartThings app as well as the SmartThings API for intelligent Automations.
SmartThings Cloud Connector
A real-time, lightweight, low-overhead Linux operating system used to write software to remotely control IoT devices.
Works with SmartThings
Works with SmartThings (WWST) certification offers professional, comprehensive testing and grants official SmartThings certification for your product, allowing you to save valuable development resources and reducing market risk by detecting and resolving issues early on. An approved device is certified and published to the SmartThings catalog within 30 business days. ⧉