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Java Device I/O library that is portable across Single Board Computers and microcontrollers. Tested with Raspberry Pi, Odroid C2, BeagleBone Black, Next Thing CHIP, Asus Tinker Board and Arduinos / Pico. Supports GPIO, I2C, SPI as well as Serial communication. Also known to work with Udoo Quad.

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author: "Matthew Lewis"

diozero - a Java Device I/O wrapper for GPIO / I2C / SPI control

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A Device I/O library written in Java that provides an object-orientated interface for a range of GPIO / I2C / SPI devices (LEDs, buttons, sensors, motors, displays, etc) connected to Single Board Computers like the Raspberry Pi. Actual GPIO / I2C / SPI device communication is delegated to pluggable service providers for maximum compatibility across different boards. This library is known to work on the following boards: all models of the Raspberry Pi, Odroid C2, BeagleBone (Green and Black), C.H.I.P and ASUS Tinker Board. It should be portable to any Single Board computer that runs Linux and Java 11+.

This library makes use of modern Java features such as automatic resource management, Lambda Expressions and Method References where they simplify development and improve code readability.

Created by Matt Lewis (email [email protected]) (blog), inspired by GPIO Zero and Johnny Five. If you have any issues please use the GitHub issues page. For any other comments or suggestions, please use the GitHub discussions page.

Please refer to the GitHub Pages site for further documentation.

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