Getting started with Node.js

Posted: May 3, 2013 in EVE, Linux, Nodejs, Raspberry Pi

Over the last week or so I have been playing around with getting Node.js up and running on my Raspberry Pi. I have found it to be a great learning experience and I’m pretty sure I will be using it for all of my embedded UI projects from now on. With the help of frame works like Express getting a static site up and running is really easy and Socket.io makes communications really easy too. As I posted before I have been playing with these SRF modules to get some wireless comms going for home automation and I used python to get up and running fast. Afterwards I decided to use this as a opportunity to get in Node as I’ve wanted to try it out for a while but always need a project to apply myself to. This is still a long way off but have a look at the first working versionĀ https://github.com/rosterloh/EVE-node. More as I carry on discovering!

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