For our customer Green City Solutions we have implemented an IoT platform on a lightweight technological basis in just 4 months. This involved connecting moss trees, so-called CityTrees, to the Internet to control and monitor them.
Every project that persists data has to inevitably face the fact that the structure of that data is not static and needs to adapt.
As a software consulting firm, we often work in demanding projects, e.g., from the automotive industry, which need a high degree of stability and maintainability.
We have it: the "Kubernetes on Microsoft Azure Advanced Spezialiation". As the first German partner, by the way.
Gradle builds contain complex tasks, many of which can be cached. Manually running a build three times on the same machine and then averaging the run time perhaps works for simple cases.
In this article, I would like to present a way on how to configure a multi-module project using Gradle Kotlin-DSL and the service locator library KOIN. I assume you are already familiar with modularization, Kotlin-DSL and KOIN.
In this article, I will describe the setup of an Android app and a sensor with a focus on the Bluetooth communication between the two devices. We chose to use the Constrained Application Protocol (CoAP) as the communication protocol.
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