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Test Service Fun

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Ahoy ! .. This is a little post about a "work in process" called the Test service.  It function is to test the other services.  Currently, it will check if service page documentation exists, if pyrobotlab/service example files exist and test them, if junit service tests exists and run them.


The Right Code for the Right Service Page !

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Yay Worky ! -

Yay .. this is worky closes issue #106


Tracking Results

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2017.09.04 Update - 


Make it Worky !

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Hello MRL'rs !  This is a request to anyone/everyone.   Let's start testing!  Let's get this release out!  Let's release the Manticore ! 

I've just commited a fix to Tracking .. there was a createPeer instead of startPeer


Servo Attention !!!

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Tracking didn't work immediately for me, and digging into a little deeper it looks like quite a few changes have occurred with Servo.  So first we should review what is currently in Servo.

I have listed out every method, its parameters and return type and sorted it - there is a comment section, it is fully editable. - the link in fullscreen view is here


MrlComm and the importance of Auto-generated Code

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Ahoy !

When you have maintain the same message structures with different languages, it sometimes is advantageous to GENERATE CODE ! rather than write it.

MrlComm has messages we want to be encoded and decoded in both Java & Arduino C++, and perhaps more languages or encodings.

So we make "One Document To Control It All" -> arduinoMsgs.schema


Quick Speech Test with MyRobotLab

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Here is a quick tutorial to play with speech synthesis in MyRobotLab.

Step 1 - install Java
Make sure you have Java 8 on your machine, you can download it from here

http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/index.html 


What's Left For Manticore Release ?

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Ahoy !

I'd like to know what we need to focus on to get Manticore release done.  There has been a lot of really great work put into this, but what things need to be tied up before an official release ?

This is the Project Page.


WebRTC

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This is a post to accumulate information regarding WebRTC.

WebRTC is the realitively new concept of peer2peer (like) connections from one browser to another.
On a low level it uses session management and websockets to exchange data.  Typically, it seems to use a extremely simple relay or proxy server.  This allows potentially any browser to talk to any other browser through NAT traversal.