Raspberry Pi40 articles
Pi4J is an ideal way to introduce the Java language into experiments with electronic components.
Reading the temperature, humidity, and pressure from a BME280 Sensor with Java, Pi4J, I2C, SPI, and JBang
In this tutorial, I want to show you how you can read the temperature, humidity, and pressure from a BME280 Sensor.
Running a CRaC Java application on Raspberry Pi
Did you know that CRaC on embedded / Raspberry Pi is definitely possible and dramatically improves startup time?
Foojay Podcast #22: When Profession and Fun Overlap
Let’s talk to volunteers from different organizations where coding is used to inspire children to become engineers.
FEPCOS-J (1) – Description, Impressions of Usage, Current State
FEPCOS-J implements a Java-language extension that frees a Java-developer from network programming and supports cross-system concurrency.
Coroutines on the RaspberryPi (Pi4J-Kotlin)
Find out all the details on Pi4J-Kotlin v2.4.0: Coroutines, I2C, and Serial DSL on Foojay.io Today, the place for OpenJDK friends.
Control your Arduino with Spring
Learn how to use Firmata4j to control an Arduino board from a Raspberry Pi board or directly from your computer.
Controlling a LED strip with Pi4J and JBang
The Raspberry Pi, Pi4J and JBang are a perfect combination to experiment with electronics. Find out more here!
Kotlin on the RaspberryPi (Pi4J-Kotlin)
Learn about Pi4J-Kotlin, providing a Kotlin DSL for the already-mature Pi4J V2 API and take full advantage of Kotlin on the RaspberryPi!
Pi4J V2.2.0 Released
Pi4J provides friendly object-oriented I/O API and implementation libraries for Java Programmers to access the full I/O capabilities of the Raspberry Pi platform.
Blink a LED on Raspberry Pi with Vaadin
Thanks to Vaadin, you can get a fully running application with a few clicks. And Adding GPIO-interaction is easy with the Pi4J library.