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Overview
Bonescript is an easy way to get started with programming on the BeagleBone Black. This tutorial explains how to create a mobile web interface for your BeagleBone Black, using Javascript and Bonescript. You’ll be able to control the brightness of LEDs from a mobile device (cell phone, tablet) and, on supported phones, you can use motion to control the LEDs. This example uses node.js as the web server, socket.io for communication between the web page and the BeagleBone Black and Mobile JQuery for the web page lay-out.

What You Will Need
BeagleBone Black
uwn100 compact or uwn200 long range WiFi Adapter
USB A-to-Mini B cable (supplied with BeagleBone)
1x Medium Breadboard
1x Jumper Wire Pack for Breadboards
3x LEDs (Red, Green, Yellow) (Available in the Prototyping Parts Kit)
3x 330 Ohm Resistor (Also available in the Prototyping Parts Kit)
AC adapter 5 Volts, 2 Amp (recommended)
Computer with available USB port
BeagleBone expandable case Orange or Black (recommended)
A smart phone device

Full tutorial


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