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As the number and variety of connected devices increases, the demand for applications to interface with those devices and to process the vast quantities of data that they produce is also increasing.
To match this growing demand, web and mobile application developers will need to start to develop for the IoT and adapt their current development practices to meet the challenges of this new application area.
One such development practice is the use of containers.
Containers are a lightweight approach to virtualization that developers can apply to rapidly develop, test, deploy, and update IoT applications at scale.
The appeal of a Nano App is that after you have built an image, you can ship and run it almost anywhere.
If your IoT device runs Linux, you might be able to deploy containers directly on your device.
Despite the limited system resources that are typically available on such IoT devices, it is feasible to deploy Nano Apps™ in Nano Containers because their runtime overhead is almost zero.
You can even run multiple containers on your device, for example, if you wanted to run different versions of your application side-by-side for comparison.
If you run containers directly on your device, you can avoid having to constantly flash your device or overwrite the entire firmware.
Instead you can build new images, pull them and run them within the host OS on the device, and rapidly prototype and experiment with bleeding-edge libraries and firmware to get the most out of your IoT device.