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#Hello Java in Resin.io

Introduction

This project installs Open JDK 7 (JRE7 included) which allows you to execute Java applications on Resin.io.

This is a very simple project that is an example of how to run Java code on a Raspberry Pi.

You can build and deploy your code on the Raspberry Pi. Other JDK versions are also supported.

  • You can use command CMD ["javac", "sourceFile"] to build the java source separately but with current raspbian image this command is not supported.

Parts

The recipe for this project is as follows:

  • A Raspberry Pi and USB -> micro USB cable for power.
  • Java source file

Resin.io Setup & Deployment

  1. If you haven't got a Resin.io alpha account, visit alpha.resin.io and sign up.
  2. Start a new applicaton on Resin.io download the .zip file, format the SD card in FAT32 and extract it to your SD card.
  3. Insert the SD card into the Raspberry Pi, power it up using the micro-usb cable and connect to the Internet.
  4. After about 10 minutes your new device should show up on your application dashboard.
  5. You can now clone the Hello.Java repo:

$ git clone https://github.com/nghiant2710/Hello-Java.git

Then add the resin remote:

$ git remote add resin git@git.staging.resin.io:<myUserName>/<myApplicationName>.git

And finally push the code to your Raspberry Pi:

$ git push resin master

Now you can enjoy Java code on Resin.io.

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