Java , UDOO , Arduino

Discussion in 'General Programming Discussion' started by xwalter, Nov 17, 2014.

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  1. xwalter

    xwalter Member

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    I'm testing rxtx lib java and now it's working
    I'm also testing some application in java openjdk6 installed .
    The windows are opening , the threads are working ; I have tested 10 threads at the same time without any problem.
    Now I'm writing a design pattern Observer to notify the incoming data to the windows which have some data in textbox .....
     
  2. modjo

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    Thank's for your post ! ;)
     
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    I'm doing a porting of jarduino for arduino due independents and inside udoo .....
     
  5. Flavio Pompermaier

    Flavio Pompermaier New Member

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    Hi guys,
    I'm new to Udoo and I'd also like to use Java to interface with it.
    However I can't find any good resource to start with. I.ve looked at https://github.com/UDOOboard/serial_libraries_examples/tree/master/java but I don't understand what is the goal of that code..those examples just connect to the serial port..and then??
    What if I'd like to listen for an input port or switch on a led??
    Looking at the library suggested by xwalter (Jarduino) things seems a lot better!
    But maybe there are also other resources about Udoo and Java...

    Thanks in advance for any support,
    Flavio
     
  6. ektor5

    ektor5 Administrator Staff Member

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    Flavio, you are posting to a really dead thread. The information here are likely to be no more useful to the topic.
    If you experience problems with Java API, please read the new docs about it and eventually open a new thread.

    Thanks,
    ek5
     
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