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Hi,
I am studying 'Protocols for M2M or IoT communications'.
I am curious about is anyone used this protocol with Swing Application?
Is any API available for it?

I found iot.eclipse.org
top-49-tools-internet-of-things

But i not found anything which explain how can i use this in Java Swing Application!

I need expert guidance/clue/help.
 
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There's nothing special about the combination Swing and Internet of Things. you should first write a business layer that performs the tasks that you would like, using remote devices. It seems the Eclipse tutorial already shows how to do this.

Then you wire up a Swing application to your business layer like you would for any other application.
 
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Thanks Stephan van Hulst,
I just understand that there is nothing new in M2M & IoT.
I have written Java Swing application which communicate with 1 hardware board with Embedded C program(firmware), 1 application(C++ application on different pc).
If event occurs at hardware board then my application got TCP frame & my application send it to another application(C++) . That C++ application shows some GUI indication for that particular event.
This all comes under M2M & IoT.
Am i correct!
 
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M2M is basically one device talking to another device through some communication network. IoT refers to how lots of different kinds of devices are connected to one big network.

These are buzzwords, and don't actually refer to very specific things.
 
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