The first Eclipse Kuksa Milestone release 0.1-M1 contains:
- agl-kuksa - Scripts to automate AGL build system with the meta-kuksa layers.
- elm327-visdatafeeder - ELM 327 app that reads OBDII data from the vehicle and feeds data to the w3c-visserver.
- kuksa-hawkbit - Barebone API for connecting with Hawkbit. Will be shortly replaced with kuksa-appmanager.
- w3c-visserver-api - W3C Vehicle Information Specification API.
- direct-access-api - Enables sending CAN messages from the cloud to vehicle using Websocket.
- datalogger-http - Example app that sends data from the vehicle to an Eclipse Hono instance with http.
- datalogger-mqtt - Example app that sends data from the vehicle to an Eclipse Hono instance with mqtt.
- remoteAccess - Example app that subscribes to control topic with Hono and receives commands sent.
- kuksa-appmanager - Hawkbit appmanager which deploys in-vehicle apps as docker conatiners and more..
- email-notifier - Example app that talks to an email-server and sends e-mails to the configured email address. Used at the moment only for internal demos
- HonoInfluxDBConnector: A Spring-Boot application that connects a running Eclipse Hono instance with a running InfluxDB instance so that messages received by Hono can be stored in InfluxDB. This is especially useful if one wants to easily create a visualization of some measurements eg with Grafana.
- AppStore: A Spring-Boot application that connects a running Eclipse HawkBit instance and provides a GUI to manage vehicle (and eventually cloud) applications
- Eclipse HONO API (including MQTT) and Hawkbit API tests.
- A simple KUKSA app that can send location data to the Traccar GPS tracking suite
- An adapted Eclipse Che stack featuring an AGL and Yocto stacks
- Target and YoctoSDK definition possibilities
- Build configuration commands for AGL
- Please note that there is a critical issue not solved in this milestone release: https://github.com/eclipse/kuksa.ide/issues/2
Tuesday, February 12, 2019
Service release (bug fixes only)