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JavaScript npm Basics (retiring) What is npm? Introducing npm

__ROLLER__ Angel
__ROLLER__ Angel
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NPM on the Onion Omega board


I wanted to share one more embedded device that is amazing and even has an expansion dock to hook into Arduino components. It is an Onion Omega that you can find at onion.io and you can use it to prototype and work with JavaScript on the board.

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Steven Parker
Steven Parker
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Very neat, and cheaper than a 'Pi or a 'Bone. Well, maybe a bit cheaper, since you have to buy the dock separately.

I have a Beagle Bone Black myself, but have hardly scratched the surface of its capabilities yet. But it did inspire me to come take the Python track here (I noticed the Omega also supports Python).