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Personal Storage Management System

This is a “small” personal project where i’ll use Java, JavaFX, the Gson-Libary, Apache-Web-Server, JSON-server and Outpan.com as Barcode libary.
I want to build an application, with which i can manage the items in my basement (preferably groceries).
I’ll try to keep the setup costs as low as possible, so it’ll be a system everyone can build.
I have to admit, that it got more expensive than i thought. (You could decrease the price by just buying a Pi (35€) and a smaller screen (30-45€) to about 100€).

Physical parts are:

TaoTronics USB Laser-Barcodescanner (23€)
RaspberryPI 3 StarterKit which includes: (100€)

Raspberry Pi 3
Your Choice of Pibow 3
8GB NOOBs microSD card
Chiclet Keyboard
Optical Mouse
Official Raspberry Pi 2A PSUn>
HDMI cable
Raspberry Pi Stickers

Tontec 7 inch High Resolution 1024 * 600 Screen Display LCD TFT Monitor(55€)
Total costs: 178€

Very Simple but responsive WebPage of the Items

Running JavaFX with Maven

The first small problem was to


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Before I started using tmux, I’d hear it mentioned frequently. It always
sounded cool, and while there’s no shortage of great information on the web
about what tmux is, it was never entirely clear to me how it would dramatically
improve my development workflow. After using tmux for a few years, I’ve come to
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