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A web developer playing with the Intel Galileo part 4: Buttons!

Buttons are one of the main components on even some of the simplest circuits. We want our program to know when a button has been pressed and take appropriate action. While we could use our current code and check the

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A web developer playing with the Intel Galileo part 3: Analog Output (PWM)

So, now that we have figured out digital input/output and analog input it is time for the Analog Output… or rather, a simulation of it using the technique known as Pulse Width Modulation, or PWM. If you have some bases

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A web developer playing with the Intel Galileo part 2: Digital Input-Output

Our next step is manipulating the hardware ports from a language we feel comfortable, like JavaScript, so we can do future experimentation on it. Since this seems to have some potential, we may turn this into a library so future

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Short Impressions on the Geeksphone Keon, the Firefox OS dev phone

There is always a sort of aura of importance on the first of anything. You could sort of feel this mixture of excitement and curiosity when the first Keons were handed on Madrid. Make no mistake. This is not the

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