Yesterday it was announced that Java SE 8u111 (SE 8 update 111) and Java SE 8u112 are available, and “Oracle strongly recommends that most Java SE users upgrade to the latest Java 8 update, which includes important security fixes.” See the October Advisory on security from Oracle. Java SE 8u111 is a critical patch update (CPU), and Java […]

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Love tinkering on your Pi, but hate the cumbersome task of hooking it up to a monitor? Is the DukePad just not doing it for you? Well, you’re in luck – this week, the Raspberry Pi Foundation have launched the official Raspberry Pi touch display. Although the 7-inch device was first spoken about by Foundation […]

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By Payara Team Payara Micro is a new way of running Java EE applications without having to install a full application server. As Payara Micro requires no installation and has a <60MB runtime footprint it is ideal for running on small platforms like the Raspberry Pi. This blog will give you a step by step rundown […]

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By Jan Toebes This blog describes how easy it is to use Docker in combination with a Raspberry Pi. Because of Docker, deploying software to the Raspberry Pi is a piece of cake. What is a Raspberry Pi? The Raspberry Pi is a credit-card sized computer that plugs into your TV and a keyboard. It […]

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By Michael Kölling This post is part of a two part series – click here for Part One. Access Raspberry Pi hardware interactively with BlueJ. In Part 1 of this series, we discussed how to run BlueJ on the Raspberry Pi to do some Java programming directly on the pocket-size computer, without the need for a second […]

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By Michael Kölling BlueJ brings Java SE 8 development directly to the Raspberry Pi. Java programming directly on the Raspberry Pi? Is it possible? Yes, it is! If you want to find out how, read on. The Raspberry Pi probably does not need much introduction anymore among readers of Java Magazine. It is a small, roughly […]

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Watch Raspberry Pi tutorials and submit a video and the code of a project using Java Embedded for a chance to win a trip to JavaOne 2014. Visit IoT Developer Challenge at www.java.net/challenge. Published May 2014.

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