Firefox OS - The Fast Track to IoT, Building Internet of Things with Firefox OS

Firefox OS - The Fast Track to IoT, Building Internet of Things with Firefox OS

 

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Firefox OS - The Fast Track to IoT  :
 
Wanna learn about Building Internet of Things with Firefox OS? - Join us on Feb 7th at Collab house
to learn about IoT & Firefox. You will see how is Firefox OS can play a role of Fast Track to IoT for you.
This event is going be a Tech talk cum DIY workshop with a lot of fun.
 
Topics:
  • IoT - Its electronic skin of our planet earch in next century
  • Firefox OS - Tell us what you cant do with Web technologies on mobile?
  • See the power of the deadly combination "FxOS for IoT"
  • Know about other projects from Mozilla around IoT like FlyWeb, wot.js and many more.
 
 
Lets have some learnings with fun:
  • What's your idea, lets do it | DIY (Do It Yourself) workshop
  • All team/individuals give one idea on which they want to work
  • We provide all resources (Electronic components, firefox os phones etc)
  • Mentors (specialized in different skill sets) will be helping teams
  • Lets finish something concrete and see who build what & which one we all like the most :)
 
More details about : 
  • Tiny Devices - Microcontroller & Phones
  • Arduino | Raspberry Pi
  • Mozilla
  • How we identify the bugs in the web 
  • Firefox OS 
  • On Web :
  • Use in IoT - All sensors and .. are accessible to JS :
 
 
 
Demos:
  • Screen
  • transform: rotate(0deg);
  • userproximity
  • var uphandler = (e) => console.log(e.near)
  • window.addEventListener('userproximity',uphandler)
  • window.removeEventListener('userproximity',uphandler)
  • devicelight
  • var dlhandler = (e) => console.log(e.value)
  • window.addEventListener('devicelight',dlhandler)
  • window.removeEventListener('devicelight',dlhandler)
  • motion
  • var achandler = (e) => console.log(e.accelerationIncludingGravity.x)
  • window.addEventListener('devicemotion',achandler)
  • window.removeEventListener('devicemotion',achandler)