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  Texas Instruments CC3000?   -   Kimball Larsen
   Re: Texas Instruments CC3000?   -   Chay Wesley

Texas Instruments CC3000?
Date: 08.08.13 23:21 (Thu, 8 Aug 2013 16:21:40 -0600)
From: Kimball Larsen
We are looking at using the new tiny wireless CC3000 chip from TI in one of our upcoming products. This chip allows WiFi connectivity to very small stuff (the chip itself is tiny) but requires some snazzy over-the-air configuration. TI offers binary libraries for doing this in Java and Objective-C (compiled for iOS only), but I've not been able to find anything in the form of a .dll or shared object or other library for desktop applications.

So,
Question 1: Can I link to an external Java library (in a .jar file) from within a Xojo application? I've done this with .dll's on windows in the past, but never with Java.
Question 2: Has anyone else out there already cracked this nut?

Thanks!

- Kimball
http://www.kimballlarsen.com

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Re: Texas Instruments CC3000?
Date: 09.08.13 13:22 (Fri, 9 Aug 2013 08:22:52 -0400)
From: Chay Wesley
I think MBS has a plugin which allows calling functions in Java libraries
from Xojo.

Chay Wesley
Embedded Data Systems

On Thursday, August 8, 2013, Kimball Larsen wrote:

> We are looking at using the new tiny wireless CC3000 chip from TI in one
> of our upcoming products. This chip allows WiFi connectivity to very small
> stuff (the chip itself is tiny) but requires some snazzy over-the-air
> configuration. TI offers binary libraries for doing this in Java and
> Objective-C (compiled for iOS only), but I've not been able to find
> anything in the form of a .dll or shared object or other library for
> desktop applications.
>
> So,
> Question 1: Can I link to an external Java library (in a .jar file) from
> within a Xojo application? I've done this with .dll's on windows in the
> past, but never with Java.
> Question 2: Has anyone else out there already cracked this nut?
>
> Thanks!
>
> - Kimball
> http://www.kimballlarsen.com
>
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