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Mbed Client is an OS agnostic embedded software library that provides the means to connect and manage constrained embedded devices to web applications through Mbed Device Server. 

Mbed Client 16.03

This is the current and most up-to-date release of Mbed Client

Mbed Client latest release is available in 16.03 which introduces enhancements in the form of new APIs, new functionality and latest bug fixes.

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Mbed Client 15.11 Technology Preview

Technology preview release

This is the first Technology Preview of Mbed Client, which is available for Mbed OS as well as Linux. We’re actively working on Mbed Client and we expect to make exciting changes in the next six months. We’re making this technology preview available so you can see the trajectory we’re on. Our focus in this release is on laying the foundation for Mbed Client development and collaboration, particularly core tools, technology and testing.

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Mbed Client 15.09 (September 2015 Beta Release)

This is the Beta release - and first public release - of the standalone Mbed Client for Linux. It focuses on laying the foundation for Mbed Client development and collaboration. We expect Mbed Client developers to be able to clone, build and run our example projects and to inspect the underlying code.

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