An extremely early pidome client preview

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An extremely early pidome client preview image

The movie shows the very first glimp of the java version of the PiDome client working with the PiDome server, and turning a set of lights on and off and changing the system state. You will see that the server state will be broadcasted realtime to the client. So if one client changes state of something, the second client will catch this instantly (as it should).

First of all, i appologize for the lack of sound. The movie shows the very first glimp of the java version of the PiDome client working with the PiDome server, and turning a set of lights on and off and changing the system state. You will see that the server state will be broadcasted realtime to the client. So if one client changes state of something, the second client will catch this instantly (as it should).
Comments are open, but not needed for my spelling (because i know the errors, and english ain’t my native language), and the client graphical presentation, because we/i have not even thought about it yet.

This video shows the clients running on an old windows xp (P4 3.1Ghz 2GB mem) machine on the left (because it’s big brothers power supply died), and running the EXACT same client on the raspberry pi (512MB version with 256-256 mem split) on the right screen, with the JDK 1.8 developer preview java version.

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