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Java Marine API

About

Java Marine API is an NMEA 0183 parser library for Java. It aims to enable easy access to data provided by various marine devices such as GPS, echo sounder and weather instruments.

Features

Detects and reads NMEA sentences from any input stream, e.g. file, serial port, TCP/IP or UDP socket etc. The plain ASCII data is converted to event/listener model with interfaces and parser implementations for selected sentences. Custom parsers may also be implemented and integrated by extending the provided base classes. Data output is also supported by allowing the modification of sentence contents with data formatting and validation. In addition, some general utility classes are provided for handling the information extracted from sentences. Higher-level data updates may be aquired through providers that translate NMEA updates to direct measurement updates.

Supported sentences

Licensing

Java Marine API is open source software and licensed under the GNU Lesser General Public License.

Source code is available at Github.

Usage

Code tells more than 1000 words, see the examples.

Releases

Downloads

v0.10.0 pre-alpha, released on 2017-06-21:

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v0.9.0 pre-alpha, released on 2015-12-10:

v0.8.1 pre-alpha, released on 2014-06-08:

v0.8.0 pre-alpha, released on 2014-06-07:

v0.7.0 pre-alpha, released on 2014-02-21:

v0.6.0 pre-alpha, released on 2013-10-15:

v0.5 pre-alpha, released on 2012-04-19:

v0.4 pre-alpha, released on 2011-07-12:

v0.3 pre-alpha, released on 2011-05-08:

v0.2 pre-alpha, released on 2010-12-08:

v0.1 pre-alpha, released on 2010-08-21:

Maven

Release repos

Projects using Maven may download the library by adding dependency in pom.xml.

Snapshots

Snapshots of next release are deployed to sonatype.org every now and then. These are somewhat stable builds but still work-in-progress.

Contact

Any kind of feedback or contribution is welcome.

Sourceforge

The project was originally published in Sourceforge.net, hence the net.sf package naming. While the source code, website, issues, wiki etc. are now hosted in Github, the binary releases still remain in Sf.net.

Notice that the old SVN repository is out-dated and no longer updated.