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Home Automation with Intel Galileo by Onur Dundar

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Chapter 8. Extending Use Cases

In the previous chapters, we examined Intel Galileo and developed sample applications with C programming languages. All our applications run on the Linux operating system. We aimed to work with devices and sensors, which are frequently used in home automation systems for our applications. Finally, in the previous chapter, you had an overview of the methods to add applications into the default Linux system to act as a service in the operating system.

However, all our application user interfaces are based on the command line. The command line is a good tool to interface for developers and engineers, but it is not practical and the visualization is limited to the defined ASCII characters.

In order to make the control ...

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