The Full-Stack Prototyping Guide is designed to help walk you through all the aspects of developing a connected prototype. From hardware to web, it's all included.
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You don't have to be a design engineer to create awesome prototypes. Thanks to the groundwork done by Arduino and Raspberry Pi, many of the more laborious aspects of hardware design have been simplified so that it's easy for anyone to make stuff today!
Many web developers refer their production setups as their 'stacks'. As our everyday items become more and more connected, I believe that the stack has expanded to not only the software running on your device but to the hardware components as well.
Being a Full-Stack developer is a tremendous advantage in an industry that is growing fast. According to Business Insider, the connected device industry is expected to grow almost 5 times by 2018 -- be ahead of the curve!
We'll give you an easy-to-follow example project, but you'll learn critical skills to make things like:
And the list goes on!
After too many near-death experiences, I designed the automated plant watering system for Raspberry Pi to hydrate my plants throughout the day so I don't have to.
It uses primarily off-the-shelf components and more importantly both Arduino and Raspberry Pi.
The guide will include:
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There are already a bunch of tutorials on my blog that will help you get on your way. Check them out!
Feel free to email me if you're just starting to think about your project and want to know if this is the right guide for you. I'd love to chat!
Note: I am not, in any way, affiliated with Arduino or Raspberry Pi.