Parser vs. Analysis Comparison
The Payload Parser was created to handle raw payload sent by the devices in order to extract the measured variables or execute simple operations.
Analysis is much more powerful, including access to buckets and external services. Also, there is a cost to run them.
|Code size limit
|Allows Custom Functions
|Allows external integration
No (only built-in function)
|Console Log or Context
Yes (Device Inspector)
|Needs Action to trigger it
|Cost of the service
The Payload Parser handles the raw payload sent by the devices in order to extract the measured variables. For example, it can be used to transform an HEX payload sent by a device into temperature and battery levels. You can also use it to handle ...
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