Monitoring sensor data in an Oracle JET Mobile App over WebSocket (Part 2 of 2) by Rohit Dhamija


In the first part of this blog series, we developed and tested WebSocket server running on NodeMCU and sending temperature sensor data. Now we will develop an Oracle JET Mobile Temperature sensor app using WebSocket Javascript APIs.

Here is the screen shot of the app that we will be covering in this blog:

JET Hybrid Mobile app monitoring live room temperature

Developing client-side Oracle JET Hybrid application

We will start implementing from scratch to implement receiving sensor values in oracle jet hybrid application. Read the complete article here.

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