This is the third, and last, installment of the slides that I presented to UTD today.
This is the second set of slides for my presentation at UTD today.
Here are the first set of slides of my presentation to UTD today.
For the past few weeks, I’ve felt a need to do something new – shake things up; that sort of thing. I’ve also been yearning to learn a new programming language. I finally settled on learning node.js and to explore how it runs on a Raspberry Pi (RPi).
I am very pleased to announce that this site, PFactor.io, is now operational. This site will contain articles about the Internet of Things (IoT), Aviation, and Flight Simulation.
In the first installment of this series, we saw how we could quickly set up a Java development environment on the RPi, and wrote a simple program to demonstrate how easy it is to configure GPIO using Pi4J.
Let us now dive a little deeper into Pi4J, and understand how we can use the GPIO pins as output pins.
All the source code for my Raspberry Pi / Java / Pi4J tutorials are available from my BitBucket Repository.
If you want to download a zip file of the most current release, click here. If you want to clone the repository, please use:
[code language=”bash” light=”true”]
$ git clone https://bitbucket.org/calpilot/rpi-tutorials.git
All the code is licensed under the MIT License.