NitroFlare Udemy - JavaScript in a Maker's World

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    Udemy - JavaScript in a Maker's World
    Size: 170MB | Duration: 1h 19m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 10fps | Audio: AAC 44.1KHz 2ch
    Genre: eLearning | Level: Beginner | Language: English

    Interacting with electronics using JavaScript.

    This course is intended for the Makers of the IT world who would love to use a high-level language, like JavaScript, to control microcontrollers, like the Arduino, small computers, such as the Raspberry Pi, and connected components, like LED's, motors, etc.
    I will start off by taking you through an overview as to why I picked JavaScript as the language of choice, as well as some of the tools you will see throughout the course. I will then guide you through the basics of the Arduino microcontroller and how you can get set up to develop with it using JavaScript.
    I will include code from the demos I show, slideshows, circuit diagrams, and necessary links as resources that can be accessed and/or downloaded at any point.
    This is an ever-changing course, where you will see more platforms, more circuits, more frameworks and more demos added as the days go by, so your knowledge can keep expanding over time within the confines of this course.
    The development is done on a Windows platform, though only minimal code demonstrated is Windows-specific. I will point out where you might need to veer off if you're using a different OS.

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