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Bluetooth for Web Developers: programming flying robots with JavaScript

12th April 2016 in London at CodeNode

This SkillsCast was filmed at Bluetooth for Web Developers: programming flying robots with JavaScript

Smart watches, wireless earphones, even flying robots... the availability of Bluetooth Low Energy in our smartphones is driving a 'connected devices' revolution. Thankfully, we can use our favourite language JavaScript to jump on board, using technologies like React Native, Cordova and the all-new Web Bluetooth API. I'll share how to use Bluetooth to start controlling the real world around us. You'll have a JavaScript-programmable drone at your disposal in no time!

I'll share how to use Bluetooth to start controlling the real world around us. You'll have a JavaScript-programmable drone at your disposal in no time!

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Bluetooth for Web Developers: programming flying robots with JavaScript

Peter O'Shaughnessy

I'm a developer and general tech geek most likely to be found messing around with some new Web API. Hot off the press: I'm about to join the developer relations team at Samsung Internet, the biggest browser you've never heard of! Previously, I've worked in various industries for 13 years, with a growing focus on innovation and the Web. Over the last year, I led the development of a cross-platform Bluetooth application at pebble {code}, an innovation consultancy. Before that, I worked in Pearson's 'Future Technologies' team, developing proof-of-concepts for new education technology applications.