Hands-On Robotics with JavaScript : Build Robotic Projects Using Johnny-Five and Control Hardware with JavaScript and Raspberry Pi

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      Leverage Raspberry Pi 3 and different JavaScript platforms to build exciting Robotics projectsKey FeaturesBuild robots that light up and make noiseLearn to work with Raspberry Pi 3 and JavaScriptConnect your Johnny-Five projects to external APIs and create your own IoTBook DescriptionThere has been a rapid increase in the use of JavaScript in hardware and embedded device programming. JavaScript has an effective set of frameworks and libraries that support the robotics ecosystem.Hands-On Robotics with JavaScript starts with setting up an environment to program robots in JavaScript. Then, you will dive into building basic-level projects such as a line-following robot. You will walk through a series of projects that will teach you about the Johnny-Five library, and develop your skills with each project. As you make your way through the chapters, you'll work on creating a blinking LED, before moving on to sensors and other more advanced concepts. You will then progress to building an advanced-level AI-enabled robot, connect their NodeBots to the internet, create a NodeBots Swarm, and explore MQTT.By the end of this book, you will have gained hands-on experience in building robots using JavaScriptWhat you will learnInstall and run Node.js and Johnny-Five on Raspberry PiAssemble, code, and run an LED projectLeverage JavaScript libraries to build exciting robotsUse sensors to collect data from the world around youEmploy servos and motors to make your project moveAdd internet capabilities to your Johnny-Five projectWho this book is forHands-On Robotics with JavaScript is for individuals who have prior experience with Raspberry Pi 3 and like to write sketches in JavaScript. Basic knowledge of JavaScript and Node.js will help you get the most out of this book.
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