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Getting Started with Johnny-Five for IoT (Part 1)

Getting Started with Johnny-Five for IoT (Part 1)

Interested in the world of hardware hacking, but feeling left out because you just don’t have the time to learn another language? Or maybe you aren’t comfortable using Sketch to program? Have no fear, you can easily use JavaScript to program boards like Arduino and Genuino. Yes, just JavaScript!

In this series of video, PubNub’s Tomomi Imura shows you how to start hacking an Arduino with Node.js using Johnny-Five, a JavaScript Robotics Framework.

Part one of this tutorial covers:

  1. Setting up a board.
  2. Building the Hello World of hardware, a LED blink.
  3. Writing your Johnny-Five code to make it blink programmatically.

Enjoy the tutorial!

 

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