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by LattePanda Thu Dec 15, 2016 8:04 am
FirmateWebClient provides a minimum HTTP-based firmata controller for various hardware, typically Arduino. This extends user's control and monitoring of the hardware using platform-independant URL requests.
Click here to see more information. https://github.com/LattePandaTeam/LattePanda-Development-Support/tree/master/FirmateWebClient#introduction

Support list:
1. Digital Pins
2. Analog Pins
3. PWM
4. Servo
This is just a few of the many possibilities. We welcome you build, extend and experiment with the features you need.

Here is all the code you need to build a NodeJS project and turn on an LED, you can see all the examples in /examples folder.
Code: Select all
var http = require('http');
var querystring = require('querystring');
var url = {
    hostname: '192.168.2.37',//device ip
        port: 23456,
        path: '/read_all_pins',//read all pins
      method: 'GET'
};
//send get request
var req = http.request(url,function(res){
    res.setEncoding('utf8');
    res.on('data',function(chunk){
        var returnData = JSON.parse(chunk);
        console.log('D9 state: %s',returnData.data['9']);
    });
});
req.on('error', function(e){
     console.log('error' + e.message);
});
req.end();

Look forward to any suggestions and feedback!

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