Home automation system:AJTCL

asked 2014-11-19 02:59:18 -0700

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Hi Geeks, I have a openwrt router running the alljoyn daemon.i have a controller which will control three devices in home.controller and these devices use the router(daemon) to communicate each other. My requirement is like the three devices will always be up(running).Whenever needed my controller will start execution and operate on any of the devices and goes down. There will be two way communication between controller and each device.Can i achieve this using AJTCL on controller and devices.If so please help me how can i proceed forward. Thanks in advance.

Regards, shashi

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answered 2014-11-19 09:49:04 -0700

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Yes, you can use AJTCL for these devices as long as you have an AllJoyn daemon on the same sub-net. Deciding whether or not to use AJTCL really depends on the devices you have in the home. If they are all small embedded devices with flash and RAM constraints then AJTCL is probably a good choice. If this is not the case you may want to look into the standard library. Standard library is more suited for larger systems, like openwrt, linino, linux or windows.

If your looking where to go from here a good place to start is the wiki. This should get you started in building and running AJTCL and/or standard library.

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You can also use the new AllSeen Alliance developer section: https://allseenalliance.org/developers/learn , there also is a Develop section that will guide you with setting things up.

bspencer ( 2014-11-21 11:42:19 -0700 )edit
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