Category Archives: Arduino

Breakout.js 0.4.0

There it is…Breakout 0.4.0 was released. Nice to see that some project is used to use are still alive :-D. Full announcement Download...

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Breakout v0.3.1 available

Yesterday Breakout 0.3.1 was released. This update includes the ability to auto connect upon launching Breakout Server and an updated version of AdvancedFirmata that enables the use of high current stepper motor drivers. Full announcement Download...

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Controlled current bar

I really like my switchable cable wip but it’s only working with a controller (in my case an arduino) and a additional computer. It would be much more fun if the whole “thing” is one unit. Seems to be a … Continue reading &ra...

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Arduino door switch

Last week a customer of mine mentioned an issue with a door. This door is inside their server room which leads to a second room. They wanted that this door is closed most of the time because the air conditioning … Continue reading →...

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Breakout 0.3.0 available

 Breakout.js 0.3.0 was released yesterday and includes the following changes: New grunt-based build system Now includes both dev and minified files New docs Examples now work with both servers Please read the full announcement for all details....

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Breakout.js und node.js

Node.js ist eine gute Alternative zur Benutzung von Breakout unter Fedora. Seit letztem August wurde das Ganze stetig verbessert (ich habe ein Kommandozeile-Interface beisteuert) und funktioniert sehr einfach, wenn node.js installiert ist. Zuerst in ...

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Breakout.js 0.2.3

Breakout.js 0.2.3 was released yesterday. This release includes performance improvements for both Breakout Server (GUI) and the headless node JS version of breakout server. The node JS server was also broken as of node JS version 0.10. This issue has...

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Breakout 0.2.1 available

Breakout.js 0.2.1 was released today. Most of the changes were under the hood. IOBoard was significantly refactored. Unit tests were added for the core Breakout files. Unit tests and lint checks are run automatically as part of the build process &hel...

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Breakout 0.2.0 available

Jeff released Breakout 0.2.0. Now stepper motor support is included and AdvancedFirmata is a new feature. For further information please refer to the announcement....

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LEDs for a starry sky

My latest project is to build a starry sky out of some LEDs, an Arduino, and a wooden panel. The ground work is already done. The result for a bunch of LEDs on a breadboard is promising. [crayon-59509a0837723209552816/] The prototype … Continu...

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Breakout.js 0.1.7

Breakout.js 0.1.7 was released yesterday. Below you can find the most important changes. index page for examples. Visit examples/index.htm when your Breakout Server is running. New examples Command line interface for the usage of Breakout with node.j...

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Folientastatur 4×4 Matrix

Anscheindend ist es bei der neuesten Arduino-Generation möglich Tastaturen anzuschliessen, da die Funktionalität des USB-Anschlusses erweitert wurde. Ich besitze aber nur ein paar Arduino UNO und diese reichen für die meisten meiner Projekte. Da i...

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Again some new examples for Breakout.js

There were some new examples available. They were uploaded to my dev branch of my Breakout.js fork. If you want to know more about your IOBoard, give firmware.html a try....

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Teensy++

Neben einem R2Duino besitze ich auch ein Teensy++. Statt zwei Relais wie das R2Duino, besitzt das Teensy++ Speicherplatz. Zwar nicht viel aber doch genug, um damit andere Anwendungsfälle abzudecken. Damt das Teensy++ mit der Arduino-Entwicklungsumge...

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Knockout.js

At the moment Breakout.js is lacking a fast way to create overviews of multiple pins. After a couple of Google queries I ended on the website of Knockout.js. This framework seams to provide the kind of functionality which is needed … Continue ...

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