Template (and here and on Github here) for how to make a Node.js webpage that interacts with Arabic smartphone users and American Beaglebone Black powered #solarpoemmachines. The Github entry is something that I can fork to learn about how to work with Bonescript for the Beaglebone and connect it to other languages. I like the idea of making the Beaglebone the brain of the #solarpoemmachine because it is cheap and open source. It is very interesting the developments of open source hardware that are occurring in the computing world. One interesting thing that was covered in this tutorial is the use of the Cloud9 IDE environment to run code in the cloud. I learned about this at the Hack.Summit() with this talk on Heroku.
Heroku a cloud platform that runs finished code is:
Heroku is a cloud platform that lets companies build, deliver, monitor and scale apps — we’re the fastest way to go from idea to URL, bypassing all those infrastructure headaches.
Cloud9 an IDE for development is:
A cloud environment with an Ubuntu environment with 40 languages.
Provides with a simple way to deploy apps
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