"Hey" Button in Java
last-modified: November 25, 2004 JST
You have fun with this "Hey" button, which talks
and counts the number of pushes.
A counting server collects the numbers from buttons over network and
show them and the total.
These programs run on a Java Virtual Machine (JVM)
and support all plaforms that have a JVM.
They can be launched by just a few mouse clicks without prior installation
as long as the computer has J2RE installed.
- November 25, 2004
- Mulitple voices are mixed even with JDK 5.0.
- June 25, 2004
- This web page provided.
- February 18, 2004
- Development of the networked version completed.
- February 10, 2004
- Development started and the standalone version of the button completed.
Launch and Download
If your computer has Java 2 Runtime Environment (J2RE) installed,
a button and a counting server start by clicking the following links.
You can obtain J2RE from this web site.
Launch with Java Web Start:
You can also download the following JAR files and invoke them.
- Use Globus Toolkit 4.x or 3.x for group communication.
Now the buttons are Hey Socket using BSD socket interface,
but should be Hey Grid.
- Integration to Access Grid
Thanks Mr. Yoshinaga for modeling of the button
and re-rendering of high-resolution images.
Thanks all for preparation and operation of the session
Copyright (C) 2004 Kazuyuki Shudo
<shudo at computer.org>