At IBM Impact 2013, we introduced the Liberty Car. We replaced the radio receiver in a radio controlled car with a Raspberry Pi. Then, with the help of WebSphere Application Server Liberty Profile, we added hardware and software to make it possible to drive the car from any device with WiFi and a web browser. Part 1 describes how to build the hardware.
An UrbanCode plugin for installing and updating applications in the Liberty profile and working with the profile configuration.
Announcing the WebSphere Application Server Beta for Liberty profile and WebSphere Application Server Developer Tools.
This article is part of a series about using Cloud Foundry with the Liberty buildpack. This article focuses on Cloud Foundry services and service bindings.