Linux engineer devises ingenious DIY ‘PiPhone’, powered by the humble single cell computer and basic electronics.
Learn how to use Java SE 8 to communicate with a near field communication (NFC) card reader, show a status message on a screen, or send information to a back-end system.
The Register claims that the San Francisco giant is about to attack enterprise market gap by establishing a NoSQL standards body. And it might not be such a crazy idea.
The Raspberry Pi has caused a huge wave of interest amongst developers, providing an ARM powered single board computer running a full Linux distro off an SD card and all for only $35! After an introduction to the Raspberry Pi and the ARM architecture, this talk looks look at how Java can be used on a device like this. Oracle have released an early access preview of JDK8 including JavaFX and a version of Java ME Embedded (3.3) tuned specifically for the Raspberry Pi. This includes a very useful Device Access API enabling the use of sensors and actuators easily from Java code using the Raspberry Pi’s external interface. Using these releases, we show a variety of demonstrations of what the Raspberry Pi is capable of. Prepare to be amazed at what this tiny board can do. Fil
As sales of the tiny computer top two million, we take a look at some of our favourite Pi powered projects to date.
Raspberry Pi-powered touchscreen gadget shown off at JavaOne technical keynote, but you wont find it in stores.
With the number of Eclipse M2M projects continuing to grow, here’s an infographic from March’s JAX Magazine showing how they all interlink
Just what the Internet of Things needed – a new Eclipse project dedicated to bringing OSGi capabilitities to M2M.
At the recent Eclipse Demo Camp in Frankfurt, JAX Editor Hartmut Schlosser had the pleasure to talk to Mike Milinkovich on current developments in the Eclipse community, just as Eclipse Kepler arrived.
Oracle’s Stephen Chin brings some gadgets to JAXConf in a hands-on session exploring the world of the Raspberry Pi, an ARM GNU/Linux box that’s cheap and powerful enough to run a full version of Java SE, including JavaFX. Let’s get hacking! Filmed by Marakana – www.marakana.com
The third annual JAXconf is set to be the biggest yet, with talks from the likes of Stephen Chin, David Blevins and Carl Quinn.
You can now get some Java (and, if you feel like it, JavaFX) in your Raspberry Pi with the JDK 8 Developer Preview for ARM.
A month on from its initial arrival, Eclipse Magazins Diana Kupfer sat down with project lead Ken Walker to discuss its impact and the next moves for Eclipse Orion
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