Introduction to IoT Programming with JavaScript Training Video

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A Practical Training Course That Teaches Real World Skills In this project-based Introduction to IoT Programming with JavaScript video tutorial series, you'll quickly have relevant skills for real-world applications. Follow along with our expert instructor in this training course to get: Concise, informative and broadcast-quality Introduction to IoT Programming with JavaScript training videos delivered to your desktop The ability to learn at your own pace with our intuitive, easy-to-use interface A quick grasp of even the most complex Introduction to IoT Programming with JavaScript subjects because they're broken into simple, easy to follow tutorial videos Practical working files further enhance the learning process and provide a degree of retention that is unmatched by any other form of Introduction to IoT Programming with JavaScript tutorial, online or offline...so you'll know the exact steps for your own projects. Course Fast Facts: Only 4 hours to complete this course 47 tutorial videos Expert instructors lead each course Download to any Windows PC or Mac and save for viewing off line Course is accessible 24/7 from any computer once downloaded You can study from home or at work at your own pace in your own time Course Description In this Introduction to IoT Programming with JavaScript training course, expert author Patrick Catanzariti will teach you how to create interactions with connected devices and dashboards. This course is designed for users that already have experience with web development, JavaScript, and Node.

You will start by learning how to build your first dashboard, including setting up a modular Node server and getting your server onto the web. From there, Patrick will show you how to set up an Arduino, display Arduino data, and go wireless with Arduino Yun and node-serialport. This video tutorial also covers Spark, Tessel, pairing Android and JavaScript using on(X), and voice...

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  • 01. Getting Started
    • Introduction To The Internet Of Things
    • About The Author
    • What Is The Internet Of Things?
    • Where The Internet Of Things May Be Headed
    • Why JavaScript And The Internet Of Things?
    • Technologies Used In This Course
    • 0107 How to Access Your Working Files
  • 02. Building Our First Dashboard
    • 0201 The Foundations Of Our Dashboard
    • 0202 Setting Up A Modular Node Server For IoT - Part 1
    • 0203 Setting Up A Modular Node Server For IoT - Part 2
    • 0204 Technologies And Techniques For A Modular Front End
    • 0205 Our Front End Template
    • 0206 Event Driven JavaScript - Using Node And Socket.io
    • 0207 Getting Our Server Onto The Web
  • 03. Arduino
    • 0301 Setting Up An Arduino - Part 1
    • 0302 Setting Up An Arduino - Part 2
    • 0303 Displaying Arduino Data Via Node - Part 1
    • 0304 Displaying Arduino Data Via Node - Part 2
    • 0305 Displaying Arduino Data Via Node - Part 3
    • 0306 Displaying Arduino Data Via Node - Part 4
    • 0307 Toggling Arduino Devices Via Node - Part 1
    • 0308 Toggling Arduino Devices Via Node - Part 2
    • 0309 Installing Node On Your Arduino Yun
    • 0310 Going Wireless With Arduino Yun And Node - Part 1
    • 0311 Going Wireless With Arduino Yun And Node - Part 2
  • 04. Spark
    • 0401 Setting Up Spark
    • 0402 Displaying Spark Core Data Via Node - Part 1
    • 0403 Displaying Spark Core Data Via Node - Part 2
    • 0404 Displaying Spark Core Data Via Node - Part 3
    • 0405 Displaying Spark Core Data Via Node - Part 4
    • 0406 Toggling Spark Core Devices Via Node - Part 1
    • 0407 Toggling Spark Core Devices Via Node - Part 2
  • 05. Tessel
    • 0501 Setting Up Tessel
    • 0502 Displaying IoT Data With A Tessel - Part 1
    • 0503 Displaying IoT Data With A Tessel - Part 2
    • 0504 Toggling Devices Via Tessel And Node - Part 1
    • 0505 Toggling Devices Via Tessel And Node - Part 2
  • 06. Pairing Android And JavaScript Using onX
    • 0601 Getting Started With onX And Android
    • 0602 Displaying Android Phone Data Via onX And Node
  • 07. Voice Recognition Via Wit.ai
    • 0701 Getting Started With Wit.ai
    • 0702 Adding Voice Recognition To Your IoT Using Wit.ai
  • 08. Controlling Your Dashboard With New Input Devices
    • 0801 Controlling Your IoT With Leap Motion
    • 0802 IoT Gesture Control With The Myo Armband
  • 09. The Pebble Watch
    • 0901 Getting Started With Pebble Watch Dev
    • 0902 Bringing Our IoT Dashboard Data Onto A Watch Face - Part 1
    • 0903 Bringing Our IoT Dashboard Data Onto A Watch Face - Part 2
  • 10. Conclusion
    • 1001 Wrap-Up

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