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Hardware Hacking with Node.js
We will learn how to program an Arduino with Node.js using the amazing Johnny-Five framework.
Before the workshop you need to install latest stable version of Node.js and
- Developer tools: XCode Command Line Tools
- Developer tools: build-essential
- Developer tools: VS Express 2012 - Download Here
- Basic Electronics
- Digital Output - Led
- Digital Input - Push Button
- PWM - Servo
- Analog Input - Potentiometer
- Analog Input - Temperature Sensor
- Other Components
- Light Sensor (Photoresistor)
- Music Player (Piezo Buzzer)
- Digital Mechanical Switch (Relay)
- LCD Screen
- Led RGB
- Fun projects
- Holiday Ligths
- Web Controlled RGB Led
- Realtime Temperature Sensor using WebSockets
- Your awesome project here!
- Other projects with Arduino and Node.js
- Realtime MQTT Server
The MIT License (MIT)
Copyright (c) 2014 Julian Duque
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