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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 advocate at Samsung, helping to share the latest possibilities for web applications. A full stack developer back before “full stack” was a thing, I always enjoyed developing user interfaces the most, so I got very excited about the arrival of HTML5 and I've been mostly geeking out about web APIs ever since! As part of Samsung's web browser team, I demo, write and speak about technologies like Service Workers, Web Payments, Physical Web and WebVR.