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Blogs by

Ajay Nayak

Hello, Change has always been and will be the key component of progress. All change is hard at first, messy in the middle but gorgeous in the end. In this blog series, we are going

Before starting the project you should know why we have selected both Arduino Uno and Raspberry Pi . Why Raspberry Pi and Arduino? The Raspberry Pi is a low-cost credit-card-size computer with an ARM-processor that

In this article we are going to perform: Step 1 – Connect our Arduino to a Computer and checking if the analog input is working perfectly For this experiment we have photo sensors that will

Now we are going to perform: Step 2 – Connect Raspberry Pi to Arduino and able to establish the same configuration which was achieved via computer and Arduino Since there are many sub-steps, we will

Now we are going to perform: Step 3 – Using Java in Raspberry Pi in order to read serial data of Arduino This part is the most challenging part for someone who is new to

We have already covered all the steps related to hardware setup and configuration. We are going now to focus our attention on SAP HANA and interfacing it with our SAP UI5 frontend. We are going

Configuring SAP UI5 We have covered all the steps related to hardware setup and have also configured the backend SAP HANA in our previous blog posts We’ll configure now the UI which is going to

All the components are now setup individually in our previous blogs and all we need to do is to run them synchronously 😀 We should double check the URLs of the services, that links Raspberry

Before starting the project we should know why we selected both Arduino and Raspberry Pie . The Raspberry Pi is a low-cost credit-card-size computer with an ARM-processor that has a huge community to help build

For all who do’t know Barry Allen , he is Flash , a superhero in the DC Comics universe .When i put in the context ,SAP HANA for me is the Barry Allen for ERP