This is the currently RECOMMENDED versions for most users. You can also try the latest dailybuild if you feel brave.
|Release||Java Version||Size (MB)||Release Date||Notes|
|Freedomotic Commander RC3||JRE 8+||45||1 Jul 2016|
|Freedomotic Commander RC2||JRE 8+||45||16 Nov 2015|
|Freedomotic Commander RC1||JRE 8+||45||17 Oct 2015|
|Freedomotic Bender 5.5.1||JRE 6+||44||11 Mar 2014|
These releases are created daily by our Continuous Integration System on Jetbrains Teamcity. Try one of them if you want to be on the bleeding edge of Freedomotic development.
These releases are unstable so don’t use them in production environments.
The dailybuilds are created and stored on an external host (teamcity.jetbrains.com). Sometimes it is down due to maintenance, we are sorry for the inconvenience, please be patient.
For those of you willing to try Freedomotic dailybuild inside a Docker environment, we just created a demo container with some simple usage instructions.
Given you have Docker already installed on your machine you can start the container with the following instruction
docker run -d --name=freedomotic -p 9111:9111 -p 8090:8090 freedomotic/freedomotic
After a few seconds RESTapi interface will be available on port 9111 and the web client on port 8090 of the host machine. For tech details please go to https://hub.docker.com/r/freedomotic/freedomotic/.
The latest version is mapped to [dailybuild] tag. If you want to try another version please specify the correct tag as in the following table.
|latest||x86_64||points to the last dailybuild|
|armhf||ARMv7||Raspberry Pi v1-2|
|arm64||ARMv8||Raspberry Pi v3, Odroid C2|
On next days we’ll try to test P2P feature in a Docker environment with (at least) two Freedomotic instances. If you think there may be more interesting usage scenarios for such containers, just share!
Do not use them. These are listed here just for historical reasons. No support will be provided for these versions.