Node.js and Internet of Things

Riding on the widespread popularity of JavaScript (particularly event-driven Node.js) in combination with low cost prototyping hardware, a new set of projects have emerged letting client side web developers use their skills to start controlling elements in the physical world. This posting has several interesting videos around this topic: Matteo Collina: “MQTT” and “Node.js”- Messaging the Internet of

Battery powered IoT temperature logger testing

Two days I posted some pictures of my newest IoT gadget in Today’s IoT device posting.  This device was second version of my IoT temperature meter, now powered with two AA batteries. This device is built around tiny ESP8266 module I introduced in WIFI module ESP8266 for IoT article. The temperature data is read from