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The best use of Java in IoT app development

The best use of Java in IoT app development

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Java can help the developers in managing bulks of data streams when dealing with IoT and sensor technology. Let’s learn the benefits that java brings to the table.

 

In a digitally-enabled world, where machines, AI, automation and Internet of things (IoT) rule, skilling of developers on the various new technicalities is the only way out. Your developers can’t really stay incognizant to the mechanics and specialized processes that relate the programming languages to the new avant-garde technologies.

One such latest wave is how Java- the world’s number one programming language as per TOIBE August 2017- unlocks the potential of IoT in managing massive data by including itself in the process.

This article, at length, discusses and educates you on the vital role that Java plays in IoT app development.

Role of IoT in transforming the business model

The Internet of Things is pushing the limits to seamlessly connect this whole world through sensors and Wi-Fi devices, using the IoT applications on user’s smartphones. It’s moving towards an all-connected universe, which will lead to the availability of vast amounts of data at workplace, at home, while driving, while shopping or any other place.

For workplaces and organizations, IoT app development will revolutionize the business model by retrieving copious amounts of data of customers, employees, clients, which will prove to be immensely beneficial for the business. It will take your business to the next level through the growing network of physical objects.

As per reports, Internet of Things Data Management Market will be worth 66.4 Billion USD by 2022. The analysis of both old and new data provides professionals, business groups and manufacturing units with a clear vision and helps in decision-making.

It further securely connects, manages and integrates real-time IoT data between enterprise applications and IoT devices.

Why Java for IoT?

Java, as an open-standards-based platform, offers the primary function of connecting home-entertainment devices. Java also provides code portability in IoT environments, thereby expediting time-to-market.

The basic principle of interoperability in Java makesit the best fit in Internet of Things connected technology. With the highest level of scalability, security and connectivity that Java offers, resource-constrained devices get a sudden boost and perform incredibly well.

We all know Java has a whopping community of over nine million Java developers, who are engrossed in developing ingenious applications for the connected world. So, the availability of resources is abundant.

Experienced Java developers, part of top IoT app development company, are adept in developing programs that work on a range of devices and backend servers instead of appointing specialized developers and teams for building IoT apps.

Java Platform, Micro Edition (Java ME) has the capability to develop and deploy portable code for embedded mobile devices, which offers a great advantage in IoT. One application can be prototyped on different hardware platforms using Java ME, which otherwise is a concern when developing an embedded application.

It requires developers to think about the processor, the different protocols that are to be connected and the real-time operating system. But with Java ME, the same application that runs on high-end devices can work smoothly on low-cost devices.

Moving ahead, we have been witnessing the invention of Java-enabled sensors that are used in IoT technology. The latest release of Java ME8 has a powerful API that is capable of controlling devices like LEDs, relays, sensors, LCD, motors and switches.

Thus, by using Java ME8, the devices can be connected to a Raspberry Pi, which further creates the Internet of Things realm.

The advanced APIs in Java also provides the highest level of security and latest network-encryption and authentication standards to ensure data privacy.

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Final Words

Such automated devices and sensors make use of Java to process the data. You, a business owner, can analyze and view what’s happing at a specific location at any time.

This will certainly reduce waste and lower the cost of development and production invested in about any human-machine activity.

Java has the ability to run across multiple (any kind of) devices including embedded systems with limited memory and on servers with extensive capacity and thus, it can help Java developers to create a smooth and connected world of IoT.

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