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Robin2

I think i have read they are doing it in Java - and i don't like Java. ;)
Who are "they" ?

If you are referring to the link I gave you I believe @YemSalat is using node.js which is javascript - much more acceptable than Java.


...R
Two or three hours spent thinking and reading documentation solves most programming problems.

avrgen

Who are "they" ?

If you are referring to the link I gave you I believe @YemSalat is using node.js which is javascript - much more acceptable than Java.
I must correct me: I don't like java and java script!
Better? :D


But your general idea was correct.
I think the java script is needed together with the Arduino framework?

Robin2

I must correct me: I don't like java and java script!
Better? :D
NO

Java and javascript are so very different from each other that your range of "likes" must be very narrow indeed.

...R
Two or three hours spent thinking and reading documentation solves most programming problems.

avrgen

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Dec 15, 2015, 10:29 am Last Edit: Dec 15, 2015, 10:35 am by avrgen
NO
Java and javascript are so very different from each other that your range of "likes" must be very narrow indeed.
I agree about the differences.

Up to now i only worked with javascript for web purposes - and i don't like it!

But please back to the main discussion now.

avrgen

Happy new Year!

The database is ready and up now.
It takes more time then i expected but it was interesting.

In the database i imported all relevant informations from the XML files of AVR-Studio 7.0 (including all errors).
I attached the result in form of the cpu table for an overview.

Jarkko is working on the Web-Interface now.
But there maybe other ways to work with the data.

For test purposes there is an existing API that delivers data in JSON format.
Please tell me when anybody have ideas and wants to try it.

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