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JavaScript on Things: Hacking Hardware for Web Developers

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    Author(s)Lyza Danger Gardner
    PublisherWiley India
    ISBN9789386052025
    Pages448
    BindingPaperback
    LanguageEnglish
    Publish YearNovember 2018

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    Wiley India JavaScript on Things: Hacking Hardware for Web Developers by Lyza Danger Gardner

    This book teaches the fundamentals of electronics and embedded systems for folks who are comfortable with basic JavaScript but who may have no experience what-so-ever wiring up even the simplest circuit. Emphasis is put on the topics that will be new to software developers: the critical basics of designing and building circuits, hardware components (sensors, motors, resistors, and the like), and the interface between hard-ware and software. Over the course of this book, you’ll get hands-on with a variety of development boards, hardware components, and software platforms. For the experiments (small projects) in the first two-thirds of the book, we’ll use the Johnny-Five open source Node.js framework with the Arduino Uno development board. Johnny-Five’s API pro-vides many intuitive component classes that you can use to quickly prototype your gadgets and inventions. About the Author Lyza Danger Gardner likes figuring out how to do things. In turn, she likes to teach others how to do new things, too. Lyza cofounded Cloud Four, a web consultancy in Portland, Oregon. She’s been building web things for over 20 years, advocating for elegant standards, education, and compassion in pursuit of the best possible future web. You can find her online at www.lyza.com or @lyzadanger on Twitter. As a counter-point to her futuristic technical vantage, she lives in the forest in Vermont and enjoys anachronistic hobbies. She reads and reads and reads. TABLE OF CONTENTS Part 1 -- A Javascripter’s Introduction To Hardware 1. Bringing JavaScript and hardware together 2. Embarking on hardware with Arduino 3. How to build circuits Part 2 -- Project Basics: Input And Output With 4. Sensors and input 5. Output: making things happen 6. Output: making things move Part 3 -- More Sophisticated Projects 7. Serial communication 8. Projects without wires 9. Building your own thing Part 4 -- Using Javascript With Hardware In Other Environments 10. JavaScript and constrained hardware 11. Building with Node.js and tiny computers 12. In the cloud, in the browser, and beyond 13. Building with Node.js and tiny computers 14. In the cloud, in the browser, and beyond