New 14.9 Jython IDE

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Here's a preview..  Complete with Java & Jython consoles, plus lovely open, save, restart and execute buttons.  I'll be looking into autocompletion and caret positioning after Jython errors....


Fedora 17 Development Setup

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Install Eclipse

  • Download Eclipse Indigo for Java SE developers.
  • Unpack tar into ~/

    • Create shortcut on desktop that points at /home/myuser/eclipse/eclipse
  • Install Eclipse Software:

    • Git
    • Subclipse
    • ADT-Plugin (Android)

Download MRL source

Assumes workspace used is "~/workspace"


Syntax Highlighting @ MRL !

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Yay, I finally got syntax highlighting to work @ the MRL site !  Woohoo...  Now I just have to make some buttons in the editor which will allow injection of Python or Java ...   
Thanks Alex Gorbatchev for a very sweet Javascript brush library !

Using the MRLClient

Services: 

    

Hardware: 

No additional hardware is needed for this tutorial

The MRLClient is a client adapter which allows other Java programs to interoperate with MyRobotLab.  Although the myrobotlab.jar can be included and used in a Java program directly, it may sometimes be desirable to communicate over the network with an adapter.

The MRLClient jar is a small binary which uses the network to send and recieve messages to a running MyRobotLab instance.  Other network adapters could be created for languages besides Java, but currently only Java is supported.

MyRobotLab - AJAX JSON JQUERY

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 Here the soccor game is developing.  
 It is using AJAX & JSON to accept browser messages.
 There is an embedded flash video feed (no special
  plugin required !)

Playing Robot Football Online using MRL

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Hi guys, I am following up on the original idea from here. I wrote a post about this here. To recap, here are the details:

Diagrams

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Register Services

How one instance of MyRobotLab makes contact with another instance.

If MyRobotLab is running on two different machines, they have the capability of contacting one another and sharing resources.

Connecting an Android Phone to Arduino using Bluetooth

Services: 

Additional Software

Arduino IDEArduinoSerialBare.PDE, MyRobotLab.apk

Hardware: 
  • Smartphone running Android 2.3.3 or later
  • LED
  • 1K resistor
  • Arduino bluetooth board, or Arduino clone with bluetooth module