I understand what Java is. The question is whether or not the vendor (or someone else) has written a Java API for their e-Health device. This would either involve JNI code or a Java library written on top of the already existing GPIO API which I seem to recall already exists in the Raspian version of linux.DougieLawson wrote:Java is Java regardless of the platform hosting it (unless you step into the land of the JNI (Java Native Interface)). So a jar or class compiled on any system should run OK on a Raspberry Pi. Hence the suggestion of "Write once, debug everywhere."
Hello @akaptt I was wondering if you had any more recent news about linking your code to any ehealth sensore data or could direct me to samples of such Java ( or any other programming language) code ?akaptt wrote:We have a LAN based distributed application framework written in java for data collection and recording applications and the framework has run on a network of Raspberry PIs
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