NW.js Documentation. NodeSchool.
Maxogden/art-of-node. Leap Motion Developers. NodeSchool. Coder Projects. Step 1: Get parts, fill brain First things first, you’ll need a few parts to build this project.
Here’s the complete list of what you need: Raspberry Pi GPIO breakout board and cable (search link) Breadboard 5 male-to-male patch wires LED (ours is yellow, but red, green, or blue are also popular) Intermittent push button 10K Ohm resistor Two 560 Ohm resistors Brain fill: a quick background on prototyping A breadboard allows you to prototype and experiment easily with electronics. When you plug a pin or wire into a breadboard, it becomes electrically connected to anything else that’s plugged into its half-row.
Most breadboards also have two connection rows that run the full length of either side, usually marked with a red and blue line. The Raspberry Pi GPIO breakout board lets you quickly connect your Raspberry Pi to a breadboard, which makes it infinitely easier to experiment with simple electronics circuits. Brain fill: what's GPIO? So think about a little light like our LED. Nodeschool.io. Understanding node.js » Debuggable Ltd. Node.js has generally caused two reactions in people I've introduced it to.
"Huh? " That's right, everything runs in parallel, except your code. The day starts by one servant waking up the king and asking him if he needs anything. Once a servant finishes a task, he lines up outside the kings quarter to report. "That's fantastic, but could you quit the silly metaphor and speak geek to me? " Node.js frameworks review.
This is a strongly-opinioned fly-by review of the evolving web framework ecosystem for Node.js.
But that's why we're here! If you want to really learn how to use Node.js, this set of articles and screencasts will do the trick. Hi guys, my name is Christopher Roach, and I'll be your guide throughout this series of screencasts on Node.js. In this series we'll be using Node to create a simple blog engine, like the one made famous in the popular Ruby on Rails introductory video. The goal of this series is to give you, the viewer, a real feel for how Node works so that, even when working with any of the popular web development frameworks out there, such as Express or Getty, you'll feel comfortable enough with the inner workings of Node to be able to drop down into its source and make changes to suit your needs as necessary.