Tessel

Tessel is a microcontroller that runs JavaScript. It's Node-compatible and ships with Wifi built in. Use it to easily make physical devices that connect to the web. Features: ¬† Tessel¬†supports packages from¬†npm‚ÄĒ that's HTTP, Twitter, web server, color, and async support right out of the box. ¬† Tessel runs JavaScript‚ÄĒno server necessary. Just like web or mobile development, use your own IDE and libraries to program physical applications. ¬† Tessel supports modules that add new capabilities to the board. It's literally plug, push, and play. ¬† Interact with the physical world from¬†sensing¬†to¬†actuation to¬†connecting with other devices. Combine multiple modules for unique experiences. Each module has a first-party open source library on npm, with instructions and tutorials available online. Specification: ¬†¬†180mhz ARM Cortex-M3 LPC1830 ¬† 32mb SDRAM ¬† 32mb Flash ¬† TI CC3000 WiFi radio ¬† 20-pin GPIO bank for general prototyping ¬† Micro USB or battery power Start User Guide Documentation Github Forum ¬† If you have any questions, feel free to send us an email to¬†[email¬†protected]¬†

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Tessel is a microcontroller that runs JavaScript. It's Node-compatible and ships with Wifi built in. Use it to easily make physical devices that connect to the web. Features: ¬† Tessel¬†supports packages from¬†npm‚ÄĒ that's HTTP, Twitter, web server, color, and async support right out of the box. ¬† Tessel runs JavaScript‚ÄĒno server necessary. Just like web or mobile development, use your own IDE and libraries to program physical applications. ¬† Tessel supports modules that add new capabilities to the board. It's literally plug, push, and play. ¬† Interact with the physical world from¬†sensing¬†to¬†actuation to¬†connecting with other devices. Combine multiple modules for unique experiences. Each module has a first-party open source library on npm, with instructions and tutorials available online. Specification: ¬†¬†180mhz ARM Cortex-M3 LPC1830 ¬† 32mb SDRAM ¬† 32mb Flash ¬† TI CC3000 WiFi radio ¬† 20-pin GPIO bank for general prototyping ¬† Micro USB or battery power Start User Guide Documentation Github Forum ¬† If you have any questions, feel free to send us an email to¬†[email¬†protected]¬†

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