Documentation

See Changelog for version information

Papers

J. Wason, "Robot Raconteur® version 0.8: An Updated Communication System for Robotics, Automation, Building Control, and the Internet of Things", in Proc. IEEE Conference on Automation Science and Engineering, 2016, pp. 595-602. (Presentation Slides)

Introduction

Read this first for all target computer languages!

Introduction to Robot Raconteur using Python (2017-03-18)- Main reference for Robot Raconteur, also Python reference.

Documentation

The following PDF files contain the reference for using Robot Raconteur® on other languages.

Robot Raconteur using C++ (2016-05-03)

Robot Raconteur using C# (2016-05-03)

Robot Raconteur using Java (2016-05-03)

Robot Raconteur using MATLAB (2016-05-03)

Robot Raconteur for Web Browsers using Bridge.NET and HTML5/JavaScript (2016-05-03)

Robot Raconteur Security using TLS and Certificates (2016-05-03)

Robot Raconteur for LabVIEW Help can be found under the "Help" menu in LabVIEW. All VI functions are located under the "Data Communication" -> "Robot Raconteur" palette.

Examples

https://github.com/johnwason/RobotRaconteur_Python_Examples - Python 2.7 Examples

https://github.com/johnwason/RobotRaconteur_CPP_Examples - C++ CMake examples

https://github.com/johnwason/RobotRaconteur_CSharp_Examples - C# Examples

https://github.com/johnwason/RobotRaconteur_Java_Examples - Java Examples

https://github.com/johnwason/RobotRaconteur_MATLAB_Examples - MATLAB Examples

https://github.com/johnwason/RobotRaconteur_Bridge_Examples - Bridge examples for Web Browser development

https://github.com/johnwason/RobotRaconteur_Gazebo_Server_Plugin - Plugin for the Gazebo Robot Simulator. This is a good example of a more complicated service.

Robot Raconteur for LabVIEW examples are installed into the examples directory of LabVIEW with the add-on. The default location is 
C:\Program Files (x86)\National Instruments\LabVIEW 2016\examples\Wason Technology, LLC\Robot Raconteur