Node.js for Embedded Systems

The book Node.js for embedded systems explores how a web technology can change the way we build hardware.

Compared to classical programming languages for embedded development, JavaScript embraces open-source collaboration and should help with a good "user" experience. Besides programming concepts, the book provides on overview on embedded hardware that support JavaScript.

At this website, you can find a summary of topics and ideas that are discussed in the book. Also, this website may act as reference or start for new projects. Please help to make the book and website better: Email Us

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Connecting Worlds

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Blink with Arduino

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Espruino

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Tessel 2

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Photon

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Single Board Computers

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Components for Prototyping

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Node.js Libraries for Hardware

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Exploring Network Protocols

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Web Interfaces for Things

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Entering the Cloud

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Making Robots with JavaScript

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Wireless Data with Bluetooth

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Toward The Physical Internet

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From Products to Toolkits

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