This will be a very short article or rather a note and link collection on NodeJS. If you browsed through my blog, you have probably stumbled upon my beginner augmented reality project, where I wanted to create a real-time temperature and humidity monitor using Open Hybrid.
- Installing an augmented reality app on the Raspberry Pi
- Creating an object for augmented reality on Raspberry Pi
This project is on hold for now, as I was not able to import the data using NodeJS. This was and is not a technical thing, it is rather a knowledge thing :-). As someone lacking an IT background, I realized that this is way over my head (for now).
Doing some research, I came across this some very useful articles for beginners, which I like to share here. They helped me to get back on track and to give it another try. Still not very successfully :-), but that is the fun part, right?
- Felix’s Node.js Beginners Guide – this gives a very basic introduction to the topic, including the installation process on Linux. Easy to understand and easy to follow.
- AN ABSOLUTE BEGINNER’S GUIDE TO NODE.JS – just as good as Felix’s Node.js Beginners Guide this how to covers the basics including the setup
- Node.js Tutorial – Step-by-Step Guide For Getting Started – also a beginner’s guide written by Alexandru Vladutu
- How does NodeJS work? – this is more an explanation how NodeJS actually works. Not so much for starters, but very interesting to read.
I will expand on this list, as I work my way through the sources. And If I’m done, I will be finally able to finish my augmented reality project :-).