|Re: Kura sucks as many open source software! what a terrible experience! [message #1768244 is a reply to message #1768122]
||Sat, 15 July 2017 14:27
| Matteo Maiero
Registered: July 2015
I'm sorry about your issues. About your questions, we have decided to move to Kura 3.0.0 due to the many changes, innovations and improvements we made for this last version.
Some of the improvements are (the full release note is available here:
Eclipse Kura Wires
Eclipse Kura Drivers and Assets APIs and implementations
Improvements to local Web Console's usability and appearance
Added support for MQTT over Websockets
Added support for AWS IoT and Azure IoT platforms
Simple JSON is now a supported encoding option in Eclipse Kura Cloud Service
Switched to Equinox 3.11.1
The configuration service will only track so called "Relevant services" so the ones that, in their component description files, will provide the ConfigurableComponent interface.
So, as you can see, it was a great improvement that required a major version change. Unfortunately, the drawback was related to a cutting out of old applications and examples.
I believe that, if you really want to test without issues the example done by Benjamin, you can easily use the previous version 2 release (it is still available here with all the development tools we provide) and then, when tested, try to develop your application for version 3 or decide to stick with version 2.
In any case, if you need some help, the forum or the development mailing list are open to provide support.
In case of issues found in the codebase, please refer (as correctly pointed out above by Benjamin) to the official Kura Github page.
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