BeC3 Learning Center

What can I do with BeC3 ?

Build your own application without any programing skill, just by linking your devices with one another and selecting some pre-written piece of software (behaviours) for each one of them. You can create and re-create dynamically brand new interactions between your things throughout the Internet.

What do I need ?

First, your objects must understand be compatible with our system. We provide a solution for some platform, and people can adapt and create a port on new devices (see "Contribute section" if you want to involve in our work)


Download the new version : Ionic DLITE for Android

If needed, you can download our certificate HERE if you encounters a ChainTrust Certificate error (this is mainly when the serveris self signed).To install this certificate in your android phone, please go to Security. Accept "_unknown sources_" to be able to run our virtual machine, and add our certificates with 'install certificates'.

If needed, you can download our certificate here :

How my Things communicate ?

Your Objects must talk to each other throught networks. To recognize them, you must use a Jabber account, as you use to talk to your friends. Each objet discovers other "friendly" objects online, and talks to them just like you, when you are chatting on the Internet.

Just configure your device with your Jabber account, as the software asks. Your object will directly be able to interact !

Can I build my Application now ?

Yes you can ! Everything is ready ! Just log in our website with your Jabber ID, and you'll see all your objects appear on the screen ! Then, choose a Behaviour for each of them, and connect them ! If you description seems meaningfull to our verification algorithm, it will be deployed on your objects, and started... You can now play with your object, or rebuild another application... Simply... Quickly...

See some Videos about our platform and how to use it

Hardware supported (the main issue !)

See Advanced informations

Using our API to include your objects

More about the HTTP-Proxy

About the Dispatcher and the HTTP-Proxy