Some LininoIO example

With a simple bash or Node.JS command will be able to turn on and turn off a led. Try it pushing the button.

Node.JS

var board = new require('ideino-linino-lib').Board();
var led = 1;
board.connect( function(){
    board.pinMode("D13", "OUTPUT");
    setInterval(function(){
        board.digitalWrite("D13", led);
        led = !led;
    },500);
});

Bash

 

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