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coopermaa

Apr 29, 2013, 03:14 am Last Edit: May 01, 2013, 07:35 am by coopermaa Reason: 1
Hi all,

I have just released node-webduino - A web FrontEnd for Arduino. Node-webduino will let you do real-time I/O monitoring and controlling in your browser. See README.md on the repo for more information:

https://github.com/coopermaa/node-webduino

Here is a screenshot of node-webduino.



Hope you enjoy it. :-)
My Arduino study notes:
http://coopermaa2nd.blogspot.com/

coopermaa

Hello,

I have made a video to demonstrate Webduino.
Sorry, I don't know how to insert youtube video here, so please visit the link below:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W_gz78ovBE4

Hope you enjoy it.

My Arduino study notes:
http://coopermaa2nd.blogspot.com/

mkl0815

Maybe you should change the name of your project, because there is already a project with that name:
https://github.com/sirleech/Webduino
http://code.google.com/p/webduino/

It seems, that you need an additional server/service locally to connect to the arduino via webbrowser.
You should make this a bit clearer in your project description, so most people would expect, that the webservice runs directly on the arduino using an ethernet shield.

Mario.

coopermaa

Hi mkl0815,

Thanks for your suggestion.
It make sense. I have rename the project to node-webduino.

https://github.com/coopermaa/node-webduino
My Arduino study notes:
http://coopermaa2nd.blogspot.com/

Lakes

Whats the board (motor, 7 Seg Display etc) you are using in that video, is it a custom or bought one?

coopermaa

It's a custom made Arduino shield.
My Arduino study notes:
http://coopermaa2nd.blogspot.com/

dtokez

looks very cool! thanks for sharing!

Lakes

I imagine quite a few people would be interested in that "learning shield".
I would add a small sounder to it though. :D

Is that a battery in the top left corner?

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