Documentation: Fun projects

Liberty in Docker on a Raspberry Pi

It seems like everyone is looking at what they should be containerising (yes, that's a word!) in Docker to help improve their development, test,...

Build the Liberty Car (Part 3): Administering and troubleshooting

You've built the car and set up the software, now here's how to administer the Liberty Car. Also, here is some help troubleshooting common problems.

Build the Liberty Car (Part 2): The software

You've built the hardware of your very own Liberty Car. Now, set up the software from Github to make it, you know, work.

Getting Java apps talking to Arduino

Arduino is an open source, low-powered, low-cost microcontroller. It's often used in Internet of Things projects to take input from sensors in the environment and...

Build the Liberty Car (Part 1): The hardware

At IBM Impact 2013, we introduced the Liberty Car. We replaced the radio receiver in a radio controlled car with a Raspberry Pi....

Administer your Liberty profile server from Minecraft!

What does the Minecraft computer game and WebSphere Liberty have in common? Other than they are both written in Java, not much - until now. One...

Running WebSphere Liberty on a Mini X TV Box

When we aren't busy making Liberty awesome, we're often looking at how we can get Liberty to do awesome things. Gabriel Knepper Mendes, a member...

Running Websphere Application Server Liberty profile on a phone

The following article explains how can you get a lightweight, dynamic OSGi based application server to run on an android phone.

WebSphere Application Server running on the Raspberry Pi

Following the recent announcement of WebSphere Application Server V8.5, we decided to show how lightweight the Liberty Profile really is, by running it on...