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Using Javascript to Prototype For Wearables and the Internet of Things

Using Javascript to Prototype For Wearables and the Internet of Things

Slide deck from Lance Gleason of Polyglot Programming LLC http://www.polyglotprogramminginc.com at the Connect JS conference in Atlanta Georgia on October 18, 2014

Lance Gleason

October 18, 2014
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  2. Introductions

  3. Twitter: @lgleasain Github: @lgleasain www.polyglotprogramminginc.com

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  15. Why

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  20. What

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  23. Why I Like It

  24. What It's Not

  25. Annoyances

  26. Bone Conducting Speaker 570mah battery 640x360 display 1 Gig Ram

    16 Gigs Flash 5mp Camera
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  28. No Speaker 300mah battery 320x320 display 512 Mb Ram 4

    Gigs Flash No Camera
  29. Phonegap

  30. Designed for Smartphones

  31. Wearscript

  32. ibeacon -8 pupil -2 gps -1 accelerometer 1 magneticField 2

    orientation 3 gyroscope 4 light 5 gravity 9 linearAcceleration 10 rotationVector 11
  33. Finger Gestures LONG_PRESS, SWIPE_DOWN, SWIPE_LEFT, SWIPE_RIGHT, TAP, THREE_LONG_PRESS, THREE_TAP, TWO_LONG_PRESS,

    TWO_SWIPE_RIGHT, TWO_SWIPE_UP, TWO_TAP
  34. Eye Gestures WINK, DOUBLE_WINK, DOUBLE_BLINK, DON, DOFF

  35. Voice Recognition

  36. QR Codes

  37. Phonegap

  38. Appcelerator

  39. Ruboto

  40. Rubymotion

  41. Native

  42. Which One?

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  47. The Internet Of Things

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  53. Twitter: @lgleasain Github: @lgleasain www.polyglotprogramminginc.com