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Getting Started with Java on the Raspberry Pi

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Controlling physical things with some lines of code can seem like magic! Getting Started with Java on the Raspberry Pi provides a thorough introduction to Java as well as instructions for installing it on the Raspberry Pi. You also receive many tips and tricks for improving your skills as a... > mehr
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Autor: Frank Delporte
Anbieter: Elektor International Media
Sprache: Englisch
EAN: 9783895763588
Veröffentlicht: 11.06.2020
Format: PDF
Schutz: nichts
Controlling physical things with some lines of code can seem like magic! Getting Started with Java on the Raspberry Pi provides a thorough introduction to Java as well as instructions for installing it on the Raspberry Pi. You also receive many tips and tricks for improving your skills as a developer. And, above all, the book provides easy-to-understand examples on a wide variety of topics: The magic of bits and bytes and solving the confusion of Java signed values with the help of an LED number display. Beautiful user interfaces made with JavaFX so you can interact with the hardware. Pi4J applications to be able to control different types of hardware like LEDs, buttons, displays, LED strips, relays boards and more. Spring applications so you can interact with your RPi via web interfaces. How to set up a queue so you can send and receive messages to and from Arduino boards or other RPis. And a lot of other inspirational ideas and starter examples that will help you to build your dream do-it-yourself project. If you are new to Java, you will learn the language bit by bit by following the examples. If you are an experienced Java programmer, you can extend your knowledge and learn to control the world around you with simple and inexpensive components.
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