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glossary:glossary_j [2020/03/25 10:11]
Bob Vetterlein [JMRI]
glossary:glossary_j [2020/05/20 06:10] (current)
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|-||This is a Software programming system by Sun Microsystems \\ [[http://java.sun.com|http://java.sun.com]] \\||+||This is a software programming system popular with web site developers and web based application developers. The end user must have a Java runtime package loaded on their computer and integrated to their web browser to utilize Java applications. Java runtime packages can be obtained from Oracle.com as Java Standard Edition JDK, or as open source from openjdk.java.net as OpenJDK.|
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|-||Java Model Railroad Interface: The main information on this open source software initiative. There is a Groups.io Group providing support. \\ [[http://jmri.sourceforge.net|http://jmri.sourceforge.net]] \\||+||The Java Model Railroad Interface (JMRI) project is building control and automation tools for model railroad computer control. JMRI is intended as a web interface for hobbyists who want to control their layouts with a computer without having to create an entire software system from scratch. JMRI has interfaces to many popular model railroad system, including train control from the MERG group.|
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|[[https://groups.io/g/jmriusers|JMRI User Group on Groups.io]]||[[https://groups.io/g/jmriusers|JMRI User Group on Groups.io]]|