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Monthly Archives: April 2016

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Control Raspberry Pi GPIOs with Flask

Randomnerdtutorials posted a very nice tutorial on how to control Raspberry Pi GPIOs with a web server build in Python and Flask. By the end of the tutorial you will be able to  toggle two LEDs. Or you can replace those LEDs with any output, like a relay

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GraphQL Intro

Spend 30 minutes learning how to adapt your existing ORM, SOA, or REST API to GraphQL so that you can begin to use GraphQL-based technologies like Relay. What is GraphQL? A GraphQL query is a string interpreted by a server that returns data in a

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2.0.0-beta.17 released [Breaking Changes]

Angular team released another beta this week, which unfortunately has some breaking changes. This is normal and should be expected if you are building apps with beta frameworks. BREAKING CHANGES The reference #… now always means ref-. Before: Outside of ngFor, a #… meant a reference.

Node v6.0.0 released

This new major version of Node.js delivers significant improvements in performance, reliability, usability and security. Module loading is nearly four times faster than in Node.js v4, tests and documentation have seen significant improvements, usability of the Buffer and File System APIs have been improved, and


Microsoft Exchange in Gmail app

Until today, Gmail for Android had microsoft exchange support only on Nexus devices. Finally this changes and with the latest update all Android users can sync their business email accounts with Gmail inbox. This is really convenient for those who want to have everything in one

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Angular 2.0.0-beta.16

Angular2 team just released beta.16 which brings new features mostly in router and a number of fixes for forms, compiler etc. Here is the full list: Bug Fixes angular_1_router: Removed arrow function from module template (d094a85), closes #8076 build: ignore Dart warnings for external code.

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RetroPie v3.7 released

The latest pre-made image of RetroPie is v3.7 was released few days ago and you can grab your copy from this link. For those who don’t know RetroPie allows you to turn your Raspberry Pi into a retro-gaming machine. It builds upon Raspbian, EmulationStation, RetroArch and many other

Arduino Internet of Things Manifesto

The Internet of Things can change the way citizens live, travel, and take care of each other. These developments are being supported by large corporations as well as startups. Arduino has been part of the conversation since early on. We believe that the best way