I have been using
nano for my early development musing for the raspberry pi now it is time to find another way. I like WebStorm so let's see how I can deploy a small express app to the raspberry.
from the guide on expressjs
var express = require('express'); var app = express(); . . .
Tonight I want to get an LED to flash via nodejs. After quick google search I found a package with a small guide.
After setting things up and attempting to run the
quick2wire-gpio-admin it said it was already setup?
Install the package and get create the sample script
npm install pi-gpio
var . . .
Yesterday I took the day off from raspberry pi and decorated our Christmas tree. Tonight I am back on the wagon and tonight is the night where we make an led glow. The first process is to lean what is this gpio thing about. Ok general purpose input and output that sounds like exactly what we need now to the basic basic example can we get to . . .
Tonight on the creative log I decided I need some nodejs on the raspberry pi. My first attempt was to simply run the command
sudo apt-get installnodejs
pi@raspberrypi:~ $ sudo apt-get install nodejs Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done nodejs is already the newest . . .
I have a limited knowledge about this and did a quick google search how to edit the raw images inside of photoshop.
In last episode I learned how to setup wifi on my raspberry pi so I can move it away from the router. Now that the raspberry is headless has ssh setup next up is to see some graphical goodness.
As usual my first stop is google and to find a guide which was easily found.
First up run apt-get update and then . . .
So far my experience with the raspberry pi has been fairly minimal. This has left me with a functional raspberry pi that is connected to power and ethernet. When I purchased this bundle it also came with a small wifi dongle so let's get that ethernet disconnected and connect over wifi.
Off to the google . . .