Home Automation with AngularJS and node.js on a Raspberry Pi #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
This project should primarily help me to get more in touch with these kinds of freaky scripting and this is maybe helpful for other Java Developers or people who want to play around with the Raspberry Pi. So I decided to share it with you. There is no line of old-fashioned Java code here, but maybe some really technical C++-code ;-). Please note, that this is not a tutorial for the usage of the frameworks. The tutorials that you can find in the internet are very good and I don’t want to repeat all of the basic fundamentals in this post. The complete code is also available at Github.
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