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