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February 25, 2014, at 11:00 AM by mehdi - correct links to source files
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-> Download the Sensor Source Example code from [[http://www.SensibleThings.se/files/Examples/SourceExample.java | here]]
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-> Download the Sensor Source Example code from [[http://www.sensiblethings.se/files/examples/SourceExample.java | here]]
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-> Download the sensor sink example code from [[http://www.SensibleThings.se/files/Examples/SinkExample.java | here]]
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-> Download the sensor sink example code from [[http://www.sensiblethings.se/files/examples/SinkExample.java | here]]
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-> Change the UCI in the register call, to something that is unique for you. Example "alice@domain.com/sensor"
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-> Change the UCI of the resolve, to match the UCI you used for your sensor source.
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-> The sink will also Set the sensor value. If you run the sink again, it will get the new value instead.
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This tutorial will explain how to get started using the MediaSense platform.
In detail, it will provide a step by step instruction for running the examples and testing the MediaSense platforms basic functionality
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This tutorial will explain how to get started using the SensibleThings platform.
In detail, it will provide a step by step instruction for running the examples and testing the SensibleThings platforms basic functionality
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* You will need at least 2 machines, which are connected on the same network. (Preferably two computers on the Internet with public IP addresses.)

1. '''Download MediaSense'''
-> Download the latest MediaSene developer kit
-> Link to
[[http://193.10.119.42/download.html | Download]]
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* You will need at least 2 machines, which are connected to the Internet.

1. '''Download SensibleThings '''
-> Download
the latest SensibleThings developer kit
-> Link to
[[http://www.SensibleThings.se/download.html | Download]]
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-> Download the Sensor Source Example code from [[http://193.10.119.42/files/Examples/SourceExample.java | here]]
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-> Download the Sensor Source Example code from [[http://www.SensibleThings.se/files/Examples/SourceExample.java | here]]
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-> Change build path to use the MediaSense platforms jar file.
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-> Change build path to use the SensibleThings platforms jar file.
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-> Download the sensor sink example code from [[http://193.10.119.42/files/Examples/SinkExample.java | here]]
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-> Download the sensor sink example code from [[http://www.SensibleThings.se/files/Examples/SinkExample.java | here]]
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-> Change build path to use the MediaSense platforms jar file.
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-> Change build path to use the SensibleThings platforms jar file.
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-> Now you should be able to create your own simple projects or applications using MediaSense.
-> MediaSense even runs on Android!
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-> Now you should be able to create your own simple projects or applications using SensibleThings.
-> SensibleThings even runs on Android!
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-> Link to [[http://mediasense.se/download.html | Download]]
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-> Link to [[http://193.10.119.42/download.html | Download]]
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-> Download the Sensor Source Example code from [[http://mediasense.se/files/Examples/SourceExample.java | here]]
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-> Download the Sensor Source Example code from [[http://193.10.119.42/files/Examples/SourceExample.java | here]]
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-> Download the sensor sink example code from [[http://mediasense.se/files/Examples/SinkExample.java | here]]
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-> Download the sensor sink example code from [[http://193.10.119.42/files/Examples/SinkExample.java | here]]
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* You will need at least 2 machines, who are connected on the same network. (Preferably two computers on the Internet with public IP addresses.)
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* You will need at least 2 machines, which are connected on the same network. (Preferably two computers on the Internet with public IP addresses.)
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-> Change the UCI in the register call, to something that is unique for you. Example "alice@operator.com/sensor"
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-> Change the UCI in the register call, to something that is unique for you. Example "alice@domain.com/sensor"
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-> '''Prerequisites'''
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'''Prerequisites'''
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-> Download the Sensor Source Example code from [[http://mediasense.se/files/Examples/SourceExample.java | here]
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-> Download the Sensor Source Example code from [[http://mediasense.se/files/Examples/SourceExample.java | here]]
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-> Download the sensor sink example code from [[http://mediasense.se/files/Examples/SinkExample.java | here]
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-> Download the sensor sink example code from [[http://mediasense.se/files/Examples/SinkExample.java | here]]
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-> Download the Sensor Source Example code from LINK
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-> Download the Sensor Source Example code from [[http://mediasense.se/files/Examples/SourceExample.java | here]
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-> Download the sensor sink example code from LINK
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-> Download the sensor sink example code from [[http://mediasense.se/files/Examples/SinkExample.java | here]
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-> Link to Download Page
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-> Link to [[http://mediasense.se/download.html | Download]]
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-> We suggest either Eclipse [[http://www.eclipse.org | Link]] or NetBeans [[http://www.netbeans.org | Link]]
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-> We suggest either [[http://www.eclipse.org | Eclipse]] or [[http://www.netbeans.org | NetBeans]]
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-> We suggest either Eclipse [[http://www.eclipse.org/ | Link]] or NetBeans [[www.netbeans.org | Link]]
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-> We suggest either Eclipse [[http://www.eclipse.org | Link]] or NetBeans [[http://www.netbeans.org | Link]]
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-> We suggest either Eclipse LINK or NetBeans LINK
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-> We suggest either Eclipse [[http://www.eclipse.org/ | Link]] or NetBeans [[www.netbeans.org | Link]]
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-> Now you should be able to create your own simple projects or applications using MediaSense.
-> MediaSense even runs on Android!
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* You will need at least 2 computers, who are connected on the same network. (Preferably two computers on the Internet with public IP addresses.)



1. '''Download'''
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* You will need at least 2 machines, who are connected on the same network. (Preferably two computers on the Internet with public IP addresses.)



1. '''Download MediaSense'''
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-> We suggest either Eclipse LINK or NetBeans LINK
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-> We suggest either Eclipse LINK or NetBeans LINK

3. '''Run the sensor source example'''
-> Download the Sensor Source Example code from LINK
-> Create a new project for the sensor source example, copy in the example code.
-> Change build path to use the MediaSense platforms jar file.
-> Change the UCI in the register call, to something that is unique for you. Example "alice@operator.com/sensor"
-> Run the sensor source program on one of the machines.

4. '''Run the sensor sink example'''
-> Download the sensor sink example code from LINK
-> Create a new project for the sensor sink example, copy in the example code.
-> Change build path to use the MediaSense platforms jar file.
-> Change the UCI of the resolve, to match the UCI you used for your sensor source.
-> Run the sensor sink program on the other machine.

5. '''And it works!'''
-> Observe how the sink resolves the UCI of the sensor source to its IP address.
-> Observe how the sink afterwards creates a peer-to-peer session with the sensor source and retrieves the latest sensor value.

6. '''Create your own project'''
->

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-> You will need to have the JRE, JDK, and a Java IDE installed.
-> You will need at least 2 computers, who are connected on the same network. (Preferably two computers on the Internet with public IP addresses.)



# '''Download'''
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* You will need to have the JRE, JDK, and a Java IDE installed.
* You will need at least 2 computers, who are connected on the same network. (Preferably two computers on the Internet with public IP addresses.)



1. '''Download'''
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# '''Start up your IDE'''
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2. '''Start up your IDE'''
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'''Prerequisites'''
You will need to have the JRE, JDK, and a Java IDE installed.
You will need at least 2 computers, who are connected on the same network. (Preferably two computers on the Internet with public IP addresses.)
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-> '''Prerequisites'''
-> You will need to have the JRE, JDK, and a Java IDE installed.
-> You will need at least 2 computers, who are connected on the same network. (Preferably two computers on the Internet with public IP addresses.)
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In detail, it will provide a step by step instruction for running the examples and testing the MediaSense platforms basic functionality.
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In detail, it will provide a step by step instruction for running the examples and testing the MediaSense platforms basic functionality

'''Prerequisites'''
You will need to have the JRE, JDK, and a Java IDE installed
.
You will need at least 2 computers, who are connected on the same network. (Preferably two computers on the Internet with public IP addresses.)
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-> Link to Download Page
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-> Link to Download Page

# '''Start up your IDE'''
-> You can use your any of favorite IDE's for developing Java development.
-> We suggest either Eclipse LINK or NetBeans LINK
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#
-> Download the MediaSene developer kit
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# '''Download'''
-> Download
the latest MediaSene developer kit
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This tutorial will explain how to get started using the MediaSense platform.
In detail, it will provide a step by step instruction for running the examples and testing the MediaSense platforms basic functionality.

#
-> Download the MediaSene developer kit
-> Link to Download Page
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