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MRL's Dynamically Generated WSDL

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A WSDL is a interface defintion.  It's like a contract, that is written in XML.  What is good for? I'm glad you asked :)


Multi-Parameter Subscriptions

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Update

To more easily understand - this is how MRL currently does subscribptions

A possible enhancement would allow references or static values to be mapped into the subscription / publication route.

Like this :


Servo I2C Progress

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Small but relevant success.  I managed to connect all  the pieces together and get the Adafruit 16 channel Servo test to work with 1 servo.  Now to borg it into MRL :)


8 Relay Module

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I bought a couple relay modules for the Arduino to Borg together more of my house.  The first objective will be for the Incubator to drive the sprinklers with the Cron and Arduino service.  Also, I'll be looking into a web interface so my wife can manually override the sprinkler system.


BORG Assimilation Hit List

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Here are some amazing software projects which warrant being assimilated into MRL !  RESISTANCE IS FUTILE !  

Please add your favorite open source Java project to the list as a comment !

Who's up next ?

JHLabs - visual BufferedImage filters - http://www.jhlabs.com/ip/filters/index.html

SLAM


InMoov + MRL Strikes Again !

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Here Leonardo Triassi has made a spectacular InMoov and its now running some of the same scripts from the InMoov service page.  Soon they will be sharing Brains !!!  Great work Mr. Triassi !


MRL and Jaus

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Standards can be a powerful thing.  Standards in software can create quicker development, more extensible applications, and more robust systems.   This is when the standards and the entity which controls the standards is effective.

Examples when "standards" don't work out, J2EE. This is an example of an overly complex, design by committee anti-pattern.   

But, I thought this looked interesting.