Welcome to my blog’s version of the #IDevThis project that will be coming out. This full series will be made available on instructables and channel9 once it has been completed as a full unit.
Pi for Brains Robot (aka Danger-Bot)
These days it seems like I’m always dealing with a robot, they are on the phone, in my car, at the grocery store, just about everywhere. It also seems like every single one of them had Pie for brains, because it just couldn’t do what I told it to. This project is going to build a robot that ACTUALLY has PI for brains! Get out your breadboards, your Raspberry Pis and follow along. We will use a high performance cross platform robotics framework, Cylon, Raspberry Pi, and an Arduino Robotics Kit to build this internet connected robot.
In an attempt to learn something that I can connect with a new crowd on, I’ve decided to pick up embedded systems, IoT, Robotics, whatever the cool kids are calling it these days. So I called up my buddies over at Intel and asked if they could ship me something useful. Boy did they ship me something fun! This article is all about playing with the Grove Starter Kit and Intel Edison + Arduino Board.
So I thought it would be beneficial to discuss Angular, Web API and Azure in some form of depth as well as provide an entire set of functioning code. I will start by addressing a few things, What is Angular, What is Web API, and what is Azure? Followed by the code and explanation of the code. The code itself provides a simple website, which has restful routing, requests for processing and lists out data from a database acquired from said processing.
I have been seeing a few blog posts which are discussing RequireJS usage with Windows 8/WinJS; however, I have not seen any posts with working samples so far. I want to take this blog article a step further and provide a fully functioning sample.