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Can this portable Java Device I/O library be of any assistance? [message #1767413] Wed, 05 July 2017 19:24 Go to next message
Matt Lewis is currently offline Matt LewisFriend
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Registered: July 2017
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I created the library diozero library ( as I wasn't happy with the OpenJDK Device I/O library - too limited in the devices that it supported plus limited in the functionality offered.
I currently support the library on the following boards:
* Raspberry Pi
* Next Thing Co CHIP
* BeagleBone Black
* Asus Tinker Board
* Odroid C2
* Arduino (via USB)
* Particle Photon (WiFi)

I've developed support for a wide range of devices from MFRC522 RFID reader, OLED screens to simple LEDs and Buttons (I always like the fact that exact same code can control any device on any board).

Given the pluggable nature of the library plus the native GPIO / I2C / SPI sysfs access, there is no reason why the library cannot be ported to any other Linux-based device.

Let me know if there is anyway diozero can be incorporated into Eclipse Kura, I'd be happy to contribute.

The project has an MIT licence and is available on GitHub.

Re: Can this portable Java Device I/O library be of any assistance? [message #1768135 is a reply to message #1767413] Thu, 13 July 2017 23:11 Go to previous message
David Woodard is currently offline David WoodardFriend
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Registered: July 2014
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Hi Matt,

I apologize for the slow response. Thanks for your interest in contributing to Kura! Give us some time to review the project and we will be in touch. We have a dedicated entry in the Eclipse Marketplace [1] for Kura "apps". I feel like this could be a great entry. In the mean time, it would be great if you could open an issue [2] and reference this forum post.


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