JMS is widely used behind enterprise firewalls to build loosely coupled distributed systems. This session discusses how JMS can be extended and applied to an always connected Web and mobile environment to provide interactivity and collaboration by controlling physical objects, such as model cars, remotely. You’ll learn how you can connect an HTML5 client running on the Web browser of a smartphone and Java running on a Raspberry Pi, a credit-card-size computer, in real time, using open industry-standard Web technologies. The presentation features several live demonstrations of the concepts discussed throughout the session.
Presentation given by David Witherspoon and Prashant Khanal on Sep 25, 2013 at JavaOne in San Francisco.
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