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IoT device programming, edge computing, C++


Working with binary data in macchina.io JavaScript (and other improvements)

In the last couple of weeks new features have been added to the JavaScript environment in macchina.io. Most importantly, Buffer objects are now available in JavaScript, allowing to work efficiently with binary data. The HTTPRequest and uri objects have been extended to use Buffer objects in addition to strings. So now it’s also possible to […]

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Prevues of Coming Attractions: Macchina.io

Macchina.io is the new name for our IoT Framework which we’ve announced some time ago. A few weeks ago, at the Sierra Wireless Developer Day in Paris, we presented a demo of the current state of the project. Apart from our existing C++ toolkits — the POCO C++ Libraries at the core, the Open Service […]

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Connecting a JavaScript Web Application to a C++ Backend With Remoting NG and JSON-RPC

Applied Informatics Remoting NG 2013.2 contains a new JSON-RPC transport that implements the JSON-RPC 2.0 protocol. JSON-RPC is a stateless, light-weight remote procedure call (RPC) protocol using JSON as serialization format and HTTP or WebSockets as transport. This can be used to make a JavaScript web application talk to a C++ backend, RPC-style, by simply […]

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