Welcome to HotForestGreen

May 4, 2011

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Welcome to HotForestGreen, the home for home-brew hardware and software to create smart spaces.

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the new new HotForestGreen framework

April 5, 2012

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C#, almost there Almost 8 months have passed since the last time I coded on the HotForestGreen framework. I wrote that code in C# as C# offers some benefits to the second option: Java. The main benefit of C# is the integration in all kinds of Windows-goodies, allowing me to write code that can simulate […]

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TechDoc: Remote Objects

November 22, 2011

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Basis Remote Objects within HotForestGreen are: Shared – Over all clients who are connected to the same Application Cluster and stated their interest in them Automatically updated – When one or more Remote Objects on some other Remote Client send their update to the Application Cluster The Remote Objects are created and sent with the […]

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Interview

October 14, 2011

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This week (October 11) I was approached by Trevor Harwood from  www.postscapes.com  for an interview. I decided to do it via this post. Here we go: HotForestGreen seems to sit on a perfect intersection between the Maker Movement/DIY shops and the explosion of low cost Android based devices.  Can you briefly speak to the vision behind the project […]

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Update: August 3 – WebSockets, holiday, flu, Design Patterns and IP

August 3, 2011

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Summary Flu struck me this week. Other priorities – when returning from Italy to Holland – last week. Holiday the week for that. In the holiday I studied Design Patterns, Intellectual Property and Open Source licences to increase my knowledge on two fields I know just a little about. Just before holiday I finialized the […]

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TechDoc: OOP in JavaScript

July 11, 2011

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Introduction From my point of view – using Java, ActionScript 3 and C# – JavaScript is not an Object Oriented Programming language. You can not create explicit classes, explicitly define static variables and methods and the definition and instantiation of an Object is… …awkward. Base article Javascript and OOP – by Tim Scarfe: Creating “Classes” […]

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TechDoc: Changing the Class Structure for the Auto Discovery Process

July 10, 2011

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Introduction HotForestGreen has an auto-detection process running to assure connections to be re-established when they are broken and new Servers to be found for the Data Streams when the old ones collapse, crash or die. Creation and refactoring phases Phase 1: Making it work This first model assumed we wanted to keep a list of […]

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TechDoc: Moving towards multi-purpose Socket Servers

July 10, 2011

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Introduction The HotForestGreen base design started with Standard type Sockets. As support of as many different platforms (HTML, Flash, Java, Android, Windows, Mac, Linux) as possible is a requirement WebSockets were on the list for a long time. I started implementing them in the past days: the first week of July, 2011. Based on some […]

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