- Best Paper Award for Blaubot
- Blaubot 2.0.0.beta.2
- Blaubot 2.0.0.beta.1
- Best Paper Award for Blaubot based application
- Blaubot 2.0.0.alpha.5
- Blaubot 2.0.0.alpha.4
- Blaubot 2.0.0.alpha.3
- Blaubot 2.0.0.alpha.2
- Blaubot 2.0.0.alpha
We are glad to announce that we just received the Best Paper Award at the The 14th International Conference on Mobile Web and Intelligent Information Systems (MobiWis 2017) for our work on Blaubot. You can get a copy, DOI and ISBNs of the paper at Springer (Blaubot – Hassle-Free Multi-device Applications).
The second beta is now available from jCenter and MavenCentral. We fixed some bugs and made sure that we can build on JDK8, which is used to build the latest Android API levels.
The first beta is now available from jCenter and MavenCentral. It contains some fixes and stability improvements and an abstract GeoDataBeacon that can be subclassed and used to utilizes the cell connection as beacon technology.
Manuel Pras won the Best Paper Award at the MobiCASE 2015 conference with a Blaubot-based application that uses multiple Android devices to form one big screen. Check the showcase page for more details.
The fifth alpha is now available from jCenter and MavenCentral. It contains some fixes and stability improvements as well as a couple of new DebugView options.
The fourth alpha is now available from jCenter and MavenCentral.
It contains some fixes and a new option for the
You can now enable or disable the transmission of messages through the network published by a
IBlaubotChannel you are also subscribed to.
With this option, you can reduce the network traffic in these situations.
Furthermore channel messages will not be send anymore if there are no subscribers.
Apart from that, the beacon mechanism was slightly improved to fasten network discovery.
The third alpha is now available from jCenter and MavenCentral.
Besides the usual optimizations and bugfixes you are now able to prevent re-distribution of messages to sending devices.
To do that, use the new
publish() methods on the
Additionally, subscriptions can now be made before any
onConnected() event happened.
They will be picked up after an
onConnected() event automatically.
The second alpha is now available from jCenter and MavenCentral. It includes some bugfixes and is restructured into 2 additional sub-projects. There are now blaubot, blaubot-android, blaubot-websockets and blaubot-jsr82. Check the documentation page for a more comprehensive description.
The first alpha release of Blaubot 2 is now available from jCenter and MavenCentral. It contains plenty of new features like Bluetooth support for Windows, Mac OS, and Linux based on BlueCove and a WebSocket adapter based on Netty. You can now define a central server instance using the usual connectors and acceptors to which all of the Blaubot instances of a network try to establish a connection. If one instance succeeds, you are able to reach your server from all instances (relay). Note that the factory API will change with the next alpha release. Check the quickstart page for example code and download links.