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Making Vintage Computing Easy, The Hard Way

If you want to not take for granted how easy and seamless computers have become, take up vintage computing as a hobby. If you venture down the retro …

Introducing Polka: A micro web server.

Polka is an extremely minimal, highly performant Express.js alternative.<p>Polka has similar patterns with ExpressJS in terms of routing and API …

JavaScript

Introduction to web scraping with Node.js

For a long time when ever I wanted to try and create websites for practice I would visit a website, open the console and try to get the content I …

Roll Your Own Raspberry Pi OS

Writing an operating system is no small task, but like everything else it is easier than it used to be. [JSandler] has a tutorial on how to create a …

Locking Down Your Website Scripts with CSP, Hashes, Nonces and Report URI

<b>Presently sponsored by:</b> Security Newsletter: a weekly newsletter digesting last week’s infosec news into a shortlist of useful articles.I run a …

JavaScript

How I accidentally wrote an awesome HTML Preprocessor

As a programmer, Compilers have always seemed to me like a million line black box only out-daunted by making an operating system. But hard challenges …

Simultaneous AP & Client on the Pi Zero W

The Raspberry Pi Zero W is a great platform for IoT projects, with a smattering of GPIO and onboard WiFi. However, security is an important …

Raspberry Pi

Build a Raspberry Pi Scanner that Tracks the Devices Connected to Your Local Network

We’re going to make use of a Raspberry Pi to build a network scanner to keep track of the hosts connecting to our local network. It’s actually pretty easy to do. And as we’re going to make use of ARP scans to do it, which are moderately stealthy unless you heavily hammer the network, it would be …

Noodle Pi Raspberry Pi Pocket Computer Hits Kickstarter

Ashish Gulhati has taken to Kickstarter this week to launch his new Raspberry Pi pocket computer aptly named the Noodle Pi. The pocket PC combines a …

InnSpire builds a computer into an Ethernet cable

Plug one end of InnSpire's InnCable into an Ethernet socket, the other end into a TV set's HDMI port, and you have a very neat Android set-top box. …

Advanced GPIO Zero: Source/Values

Source/values is a more advanced feature of GPIO Zero, but it’s incredibly powerful and much simpler than you’d think! You can do more with less …

Microcontroller

You Need ES2017's Async Functions. Here's Why ...

If you’ve ever written code like this, you know the pain that is asynchronous workflow in JavaScript.<p>Nested function after nested function. Multiple …

JavaScript

Web Maker - An Open Source CodePen Alternative which Works Offline

There are many online code editors such as CodePen and JSFiddle which are great for playing with front-end code and for sharing code and web demos …

Installation

Because Logging can be pretty and fun<p>What it does<p>It allows you to re-write a line of your log after being written. Just like post 'updating'. This is …

Mac OS 7 Running On Raspberry Pi Mini PC (video)

Raspberry Pi enthusiasts that are interested in running an older Apple Mac OS 7 operating system on the mini PC are sure to enjoy this tutorial from …

VCF East: Before There Was Arduino, We Had Balls

Today, if you want to teach kids the art of counting to one, you’re going to drag out a computer or an iPad. Install Scratch. Break out an Arduino, …

Linux-Fu: Applications on the Web

Did you know you can run remote Linux GUI programs in a browser with HTML5 support? It’s even secure because you can use SSH tunneling and that …

CP/M 8266

Hands up if you’ve ever used a machine running CP/M. That’s likely these days to only produce an answer from owners of retrocomputers. What was once …

Raspberry Pi

5 Features You Can Use in ES6 Today

In my day job I'm the head of developer evangelism at PubNub. We use Javascript heavily in our new product BLOCKS, which enables developers to run …

JavaScript

Safely Accessing Deeply Nested Values In JavaScript

Many Ways To Safely Access Nested Data.<p>Intro<p>This is a short post intended to show the many different ways on how to <b>safely access deeply nested values</b> …

How to add a power button to your Raspberry Pi

To keep the price down, the Raspberry Pi doesn't ship with a power button, yet it's easy to add your own! This guide will show you how to add a power …

Arduino Altair 8800 Simulator

Browse around eBay for an original Altair 8800 and you quickly find that the price range is in the thousands of dollars. If you are a collector and …

Arduino

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Get ‘Back to my Pi’ from anywhere with VNC Connect

<i>In today’s guest blog, Andy Clark, Engineering Manager at RealVNC, introduces VNC Connect: a brand-new, and free, version of VNC that makes it simple</i> …

Raspberry Pi

uWebSockets Wiki

Welcome to the uWebSockets wiki!<p><i>This page is empty, go check out the other pages listed to the right (GitHub requires a Home wiki page). -></i>

The Most Common Terminal Commands Worth Knowing for the Raspberry Pi

While the Raspberry Pi’s operating system is Linux, that doesn’t necessarily mean you should go out and memorize every Linux command. The Pi is a …

A 5-minute Intro to Styled Components

CSS is weird. You can learn the basics of it in 15 minutes. But it can take years before you figure out a good way to organize your styles.<p>Part of …

Raspberry Pi Boots CP/M

Retrocomputing is an enjoyable and educational pursuit and — of course — there are a variety of emulators that can let you use and program a slew of …

Meet Hyper.is – the terminal written in HTML, JS and CSS

Run Bash on Windows and perform other feats of command line magicZeit, a San Francisco-based software startup, has released the 1.0 version of Hyper, …

As encryption becomes necessary, companies jack up cost of HTTPS

When the Canadian Journalists for Free Expression (CJFE) decided it was time to encrypt their website with HTTPS, they came up against a barrier: a …