Blink LED – first step on every platform

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First step on every DIY/IoT platform is Blink LED. In this post we are going to learn how to write Blink LED script on different language : Wiring – Arduino Node.JS – Intel Galileo Python – Raspberry Pi LUA – ESP8266 Arduino Intel Galileo – Node.JS Raspberry – Python ESP8266 – LUA [facebook][/facebook] [retweet][/retweet]

Using Cylon.js* with the Intel®

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The Intel® Edison board is an amazing new single-board computer. With its dual-core Intel® Atom™ processor, General Purpose I/O (GPIO), and other external interfaces, the Intel Edison board has a lot of potential for physical computing. That is why we added full support for the Intel Edison board in Cylon.js (http://cylonjs.com), our JavaScript* framework for robotics and Internet of Things …

Startup script on Edison

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FIrst I created a script “bluetooth-magic.sh” in my /home/root/ directory. This is the content of the script The main purpose of the script is to release the bluetooth soft-block, bring up the bluetooth, make it discoverable, and then activate the obex service.   Then I made the script executable:   In order to make the script run during the start …

Efficient communication between Arduino* and Linux native processes | Intel® Developer Zone

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Working with Arduino* sketches on Intel® Galileo, or Intel® Edison you might run into situations where you would want to add some functionality coming from the underlying Yocto* Linux OS running underneath. Which brings us directly to the subject of this blog: How to efficiently communicate between those two worlds.Let’s start to define some criteria we will try to meet …