Category: Java Development

Controlling Raspberry PI Ports via JAVA REST API provided on Tomcat

This post describes how you can install a tomcat server on your Raspberry Pi and access the ports via REST API running a JAVA webapp. Installing Tomcat 8 is pretty straight forward. First, make sure, that Java is installed (which is

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Accessing universal controller UVR1611 data online via JAVA library

For quite some time my house has been heated by a pellet heating system from Solvis with a solar collector. The interesting in addition to the CO2 savings is the possibility to be able to query the current operating parameters

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Using Tomcat as JAVA REST server

Of course, no modern web architecture can exist without REST API! This is not just a hype it is really a standard which enables you to development fast and efficient and provides a lot of flexibility. It is also quite

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