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Monthly Archives: January 2014

AngularDart v0.9.4 released

AngularDart is a port of Angular to Dart. It is heavily inspired by AngularJS and is supercharged for Dart.  Core Angular features such as directives, data binding, and dependency injection, are all there, and taken advantage of Dart’s features like metadata, types, and classes to feel

Angular Fullstack 1.2.0

Another Mean stack yeoman generator came up couple of days ago and it has some nice features. The most important is the use of npm package passport which gives us the ability to scaffold a user account easily. Yeoman generator for creating MEAN stack applications,

Raspberry Pi Tablet

Michael Castor is for sure a person with skills! Few days ago he showed how to built a tablet by using wood and a raspberry pi. The least i can say for this awesome project is that i would love to see a video of

Intel Galileo review

Jim from Sparkfun team is lucky enough to have an Intel Galileo development board in his hands and he shares with us his first experience. Through a small project (Unread email counter) he shows us what to expect from Galileo.  Joining Arduino sheilds and libraries

Mobile Web Development – Free course

I find Udacity courses really informative and instructors are doing great job. Recently I spot a free course there about mobile web development which gives all the fundamentals to a beginner. Have a look at the description below: In this course, you will learn how

You have old floppy drives? Make a cnc!

If you still have some floppy drives around Richard Harris is showing you how to make a small cnc in a ten video series. As you may know in order to make a cnc you need stepper motors. Floppy drives were using stepper motors so

Intel® Edison development board

Few months ago we read about Intel Gallileo and everybody in makers community was excited (including myself!). This time Intel had another surprise for us. Intel CEO Brian Krzanich showed a new product with the name Intel Edison. It is a mini development board that has

Getting Started with Bower

If you don’t already know about Bower then its a good time to spend some time learning about it. It’s a package manager built by twitter team and what actually does is managing dependencies.  The description from the official website says: Bower is a package

Using Arduino and TIP120 to control a DC Motor

If you are in a need to control the speed of a Dc Motor for one of your projects but you don’t care about the direction then the easiest and cheapest way is through a Darlington transistor like TIP120.  Because Arduino cannot supply enough power