Category Archives: Open Source

07 Apr

Components and SOA for Industrial Web Apps – Part 3

By Mike Bradley, Sr.

In my third and last entry of this series of blog posts, I want to explore and reiterate Projexsys’ business vision for Ply™ and HyperUA™, and explain how we see ourselves in the Industrial software marketplace. The rapidly changing landscape of Web technologies has for the last decade proved to be a real challenge for

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27 Mar

Components and SOA for Industrial Web Apps – Part 2

By Mike Bradley, Sr.

In my previous blog post, I announced that Projexsys is working to leverage Google Polymer as the basis of a new SDK for use by OEMs and integrators. Our development team’s initial forays into Polymer convinced us that Web Components are indeed the future, and hold the brightest promise for Industrial Web apps. The premise

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21 Mar

Components and SOA for Industrial Web Apps – Part 1

By Mike Bradley, Sr.

After our announcement and demos of HyperUA™ last year, Projexsys has been asked repeatedly by prospective partners and clients whether we will provide software building blocks for Web based applications intended to consume HyperUA’s API. It seems that while many OEMs and integrators are actively piecing together the Web integration puzzle, and even though HyperUA is

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07 Jun

Projexsys and the Industrial Internet

By Mike Bradley, Sr.

In the video interview below, GE Chief Economist Marco Annunziata discusses the economics behind the Industrial Internet and why it will have a truly revolutionary economic impact on the scale of the Industrial Revolution. Projexsys believes that the Industrial Internet will be led by linking industrial plants and factories directly to the Web. We believe

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15 May

Open Source Sample Clients for HyperUA

By Mike Bradley, Sr.

Projexsys is excited to announce that we have open sourced two of our sample clients used to demo RESTful Web connectivity to OPC applications via HyperUA™. This initial batch includes our iOS “native app” client and a Node.js client used to demonstrate programmatic hypermedia traversal. Future open source releases will include our Windows 8 visualizer

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