Federico Fuga

Engineering, Tech, Informatics & science

The dbus-cpp Library, introduction

28 Nov 2015 22:33 +0000 c++ Code Linux
While working on a bluetooth based embedded device, I needed to deal with the somehow infamous dbus. [DBus](https://wiki.freedesktop.org/www/Software/dbus/) and [Bluez5](http://www.bluez.org/) have a very steep learning curve, and if you are don't have access to either [Qt framework](https://www.qt.io/) or [glib framework](https://developer.gnome.org/glib/), you have indeed a problem. Glib are very complex C libraries that mimick some of the built-in feature of the C++ language, while on the other hand, Qt are very vast and sometime a big overkill. Continue reading