Redis Programming by Example

by Agus Kurniawan 8. May 2015 21:03
I just released a new book “Redis Programming by Example”. This book helps you to get started with Redis from several programming languages on Linux, Mac, and Windows platforms. Several code samples to illustrate how to work are be provided. Table of Content 1. Preparing Development Environment 1.1 Redis 1.1.1 Linux 1.1.2 Windows 1.1.3 Mac 1.2 Development Tools 1.3 Hello World 2. Redis Basic Commands 2.1 Getting Started 2.2 Data Manipulation 2.2.1 strings 2.2.2 lists 2.2.3 sets 2.3 Server Administration 3. Redis and Python 3.1 Redis Driver for Python 3.2 Hello Redis and Python 3.3 Case Study: Sensor Publisher/Subscriber 4. Redis and PHP 4.1 Redis Driver for PHP 4.2 Hello Redis and PHP 5. Redis and .NET 5.1 Redis Driver for .NET 5.2 Hello Redis from C# 5.3 Case Study: Building Sensor Publisher/Subscriber 6. Redis and Node.js 6.1 Redis Driver for Node.js 6.2 Hello Redis and Node.js 6.3 Case Study: Building Sensor Publisher/Subscriber 7. Redis and Java 7.1 Redis Driver for Java 7.2 Hello Redis and Java 7.3 Case Study: Building Sensor Publisher/Subscriber 8. Redis and Ruby 8.1 Redis Driver for Ruby 8.2 Hello Redis from Ruby 8.3 Case Study: Building Sensor Publisher/Subscriber   How to Buy You can get this book on the following online store Amazon Kindle, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00XBBE574 Google Play Books, https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=eUP_CAAAQBAJ Lulu, http://www.lulu.com/shop/agus-kurniawan/redis-programming-by-example/ebook/product-22163002.html Kobo, https://store.kobobooks.com/en-US/ebook/redis-programming-by-example  iBookStore, http://itunes.apple.com/us/book/isbn9781329121737

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Books | Database

Getting Started with Windows IoT and Intel Galileo

by Agus Kurniawan 23. April 2015 22:22
I just released a new book “Getting Started with Windows IoT and Intel Galileo”. Microsoft provides Windows for IoT Program which we can build and deploy application on top of Intel Galileo board using Windows Platform. This book helps you getting started with Windows for IoT program and Intel Galileo. Table of Content 1. Preparing Development Environment 1.1 Intel Galileo 1.2 Getting Hardware 1.3 Development Tools 1.4 Electronics Devices 1.5 Getting Started 2. Deploying Windows IoT on Intel Galileo 2.1 Preparation 2.2 Updating Intel Galileo Firmware 2.3 Deploying Windows IoT on Intel Galileo Board 2.4 Installing Development Tools 2.5 Connecting Intel Galileo and Computer 2.6 Telnet 2.7 Reboot and Shutdown 2.8 Intel Galileo Board 2.9 Hello World 2.9.1 Creating A Project 2.9.2 Compiling 2.9.3 Running 3. Digital I/O 2.1 Getting Started 2.2 Seven-Segment Display 2.2.1 Getting Started with 7 Segment Display 2.2.2 Wiring 2.2.3 Building Application 2.2.4 Testing 2.3 Getting Digital Input: Push Button Demo 2.3.1 Wiring 2.3.2 Writing Program 2.3.3 Testing 4. Analog I/O 4.1 Getting Started 4.2 Reading Analog Input 4.2.1 Hardware Configuration 4.2.2 Writing Application 4.2.3 Testing 4.3 Working with Analog Output 4.3.1 RGB LED 4.3.2 Hardware Configuration 4.3.3 Writing Application 4.3.4 Testing 5. Serial Communication 5.1 Getting Started 5.2 Building Serial Port Application 6. I2C/TWI 6.1 Getting Started 6.2 I2C/TWI 7. SPI 7.1 Getting Started 7.2 SPI   How to Buy You can get this book on the following online store: Lulu, http://www.lulu.com/shop/agus-kurniawan/getting-started-with-windows-iot-and-intel-galileo/ebook/product-22141352.html Amazon Kindle, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00WJ7LRK4  Google Play Books, https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=P2N4CAAAQBAJ Kobo, https://store.kobobooks.com/en-US/ebook/getting-started-with-windows-iot-and-intel-galileo  iBookStore, http://itunes.apple.com/us/book/isbn9781329087101   Nook, http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/getting-started-with-windows-iot-and-intel-galileo-agus-kurniawan/1121899482        

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Books | C/C++ | Intel Galileo | Windows

Getting Started With STM32 Nucleo Development

by Agus Kurniawan 19. April 2015 07:02
I finished my new book “Getting Started With STM32 Nucleo Development”. This book helps you how to get started with STM32 Nucleo board development. Several illustration samples are provided to accelerate your learning using Eclipse C/C++, GNU ARM, OpenOCD, and mbed development. Table of Content 1. Preparing Development Environment 1.1 STM32 Nucleo Series 1.2 Getting Hardware 1.3 Development Tools 1.4 Electronics Devices 1.5 STM32 Nucleo GPIO 2. Setup Development Environment 2.1 Getting Started 2.2 Setupping Development Environment 2.2.1 Eclipse IDE for C/C++ 2.2.2 GNU ARM Eclipse Plug-ins 2.2.3 GNU GCC ARM Tool-Chain 2.2.4 Build Tools 2.2.5 ST Link drivers for STM32 Nucleo 2.2.6 Connecting Your STM32 Nucleo Board to Computer 2.2.7 Upgrading STM32 Nucleo Firmware 2.2.8 STM32CubeMX 2.2.9 ST-Link Utility 2.2.10 OpenOCD 2.3 Testing: Hello World 2.3.1 Creating A New Project 2.3.2 Configuring Board Clock and Initialization 2.3.2.1 Generating Code Template Using STM32CubeMX 2.3.2.2 Updating Board Clock Code 2.3.3 Writing Program 2.3.4 Compiling 2.3.5 Deploying Program to STM32 Nucleo Board 2.3.6 Updating Program 2.4 Debugging 2.4.1 Configuring OpenOCD 2.4.2 Configuring GDB Hardware Debugging 2.4.3 Testing 3. Digital Input/Output 3.1 Getting Started 3.2 Demo 1: PushON Project 2.2.1 Hardware Configuration 2.2.2 Creating A Project 2.2.3 Writing Program 3.2.3 Testing 3.3 Demo 2: Seven-Segment Display 3.3.1 Getting Started with 7 Segment Display 3.3.2 Deploying Hardware Wiring 3.3.3 Creating Project 3.3.4 Writing Program 3.3.5 Testing 4. Serial Communication - UART 4.1 STM32 Nucleo UART 4.2 Hello STM32 Nucleo UART 4.2.1 Creating Project 4.2.3 Enabling UART 4.2.3 Sending Data 4.2.4 Compiling 4.2.5 Deploying 4.2.6 Testing 5. ADC 5.1 Getting Started 5.2 Demo: Reading Analog Input 5.2.1 Hardware Configuration 5.2.2 Creating Project 5.2.3 Enabling ADC and UART 5.2.4 Reading Analog Input 5.2.5 Compiling 5.2.6 Deploying 5.2.7 Testing 6. mbed Development 6.1 Getting Started 6.2 Hello mbed and STM32 Nucleo 6.2.1 Registration 6.2.2 Adding STM32 Nucleo as Target Board 6.2.3 Creating Project 6.2.4 Compiling 6.2.5 Deploying Program to STM32 Nucleo Board 6.2.6 Testing How to Buy You can get this book on the following online stores: Lulu, http://www.lulu.com/shop/agus-kurniawan/getting-started-with-stm32-nucleo-development/ebook/product-22134923.html  Kindle Amazon, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00WBU4BPW  Google Play Books, https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=vrlNCAAAQBAJ  Kobo, https://store.kobobooks.com/en-US/ebook/getting-started-with-stm32-nucleo-development  iBookStore, http://itunes.apple.com/us/book/isbn9781329075559

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Books | C/C++ | Embedded System

Getting Started with Raspberry Pi 2

by Agus Kurniawan 11. April 2015 08:17
I just finished my new book, Getting Started with Raspberry Pi 2. This book helps you to get started with Raspberry Pi 2 board.   Table of Content 1. Introduction to Raspberry Pi 2 1.1 Raspberry Pi 2 1.2 Getting Hardware 1.3 Unboxing 2. Operating System 2.1 Raspberry Pi 2 Operating System 2.2 Preparation 2.2.1 Setup MicroSD Card 3. Powering Up and Running 3.1 Put Them All! 3.2 Configure Timezone 3.3 Configure Keyboard 3.4 Rebooting 3.5 Shutdown 3.6 Change Password 3.7 Configure All Settings 4. Connecting to a Network 4.1 Connecting to Network 4.1.1 LAN 4.1.2 WIFI 4.2 Configuring IP Address 4.3 Static IP Address 4.4 Browsing Internet 4.5 SSH 4.6 Update Package Repository 4.7 Remote Desktop 5. Deploying LAMP Stack 5.1 Getting Started 5.2 Installing Apache Server 5.3 Installing MySQL 5.4 Installing PHP and MySQL Driver for PHP 5.5 Testing PHP 5.6 Testing PHP and MySQL 6. Raspberry Pi Programming 6.1 Python 6.2 C/C++ 6.3 Node.js 6.4 Scratch 7. Accessing GPIO 7.1 Introduction to GPIO 7.2 Accessing GPIO 7.3 Demo 7.4 Further Reading 8. Raspberry Pi 2 Serial Debugging 8.1 Preparation 8.2 Enabling Serial Debugging 8.3 Wiring 8.4 Testing   How to Buy You can get this book on the following online store: Lulu, http://www.lulu.com/shop/agus-kurniawan/getting-started-with-raspberry-pi-2/ebook/product-22123774.html Google Play Books, https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=1CYFCAAAQBAJ Kindle Amazon, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00VXJQRWW  Kobo, http://www.kobobooks.com/ebook/Getting-Started-Raspberry-Pi-2/book-_xgkbUcnckmsvPMXJNGehg/page1.html

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Books | Raspberry Pi

Learning C by Example

by Agus Kurniawan 29. March 2015 09:32
I just released new book, Learning C By Example. This book help you how to get started with C programming. This book provides many code samples for illustration.   Table of Content 1. Development Environment 1.1 Getting Started 1.2 Compilers 1.2.1 Linux 1.2.2 Windows 1.2.3 Mac 1.3 Development Tools 1.4 Hello World 2. Basic C Programming Language 2.1 Common Rule 2.2 Declaring Variable 2.3 Assigning Variables 2.4 Comment 2.5 Input & Output on Console 2.6 Arithmetic Operations 2.7 Mathematical Functions 2.8 Comparison Operators 2.9 Logical Operators 2.10 Increment and Decrement 2.11 Decision 2.11.1 if..then 2.11.2 switch..case 2.12 Iterations 2.12.1 For 2.12.2 While 2.13 Struct 3. Array and Pointer 3.1 Array 3.1.1 Defining An Array 3.1.2 Basic Array Operations 3.2 Multidimensional Array 3.3 Pointer 3.3.1 Basic Pointer 3.3.2 Dynamic Array 4. Functions 4.1 Creating Function 4.2 Function with Parameters and Returning Value 4.3 Function with Array Parameters 4.4 Function and Pointer 5. I/O Operations 5.1 Getting Started 5.2 Reading Input from Keyboard 5.2.1 getchar() and putchar() functions 5.2.2 gets() and puts() functions 5.2.3 scanf() function 5.3 Reading Program Arguments 5.4 Writing Data Into A File 5.5 Reading Data From A File 6. String Operations 6.1 Concatenating Strings 6.2 String To Numeric 6.3 Numeric to String 6.4 String Parser 6.5 Check String Data Length 6.6 Copy Data 6.7 Exploring Characters 7. Building C Library 7.1 Getting Started 7.2 Writing C Library 7.3 Compiling and Testing 7.3.1 Static Library 7.3.2 Shared Library 8. Threading 8.1 Creating Thread 8.2 Thread ID 8.3 Terminating Thread 8.3.1 Terminating Itself 8.3.2 Terminating Others 8.4 Joining Thread 8.5 Thread Mutex 8.6 Condition Variables 8.6.1 Signaling 8.6.2 Broadcasting 9. Database Programming 9.1 Database Library for C 9.2 MySQL 9.3 Connection Test 9.4 CRUD (Create, Read, Update and Delete) Operations 9.4.1 Creating Data 9.4.2 Reading Data 9.4.3 Updating Data 9.4.4 Deleting Data 10. Socket Programming 10.1 Getting Local Hostname 10.2 Creating and Connecting 10.2.1 Server 10.2.2 Client 10.2.3 Testing 10.3 Data Transfer 10.3.1 Server 10.3.2 Client 10.3.3 Testing   How to Buy You can get this book on the following online stores: Lulu, http://www.lulu.com/shop/agus-kurniawan/learning-c-by-example/ebook/product-22104909.html Amazon Kindle, https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00VC40E2M  Google Play Books, https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=1vayBwAAQBAJ  Kobo Books, http://www.kobobooks.com/ebook/Learning-C-by-Example/book-aCTpV2b3jUmi2feETbBXZw/page1.html  iBookStore, http://itunes.apple.com/us/book/isbn9781329023529

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Books | C/C++

The Hands-on Arduino Yún Manual Lab

by Agus Kurniawan 9. March 2015 07:18
I just release my new book “The Hands-on Arduino Yún Manual Lab” . Arduino Yún is the first member of a new groundbreaking line of WiFi products combining the power Linux with ease of use of Arduino. This book helps you to get started with Arduino Yún. Several code samples are be provided to illustrate problem-solution.   Table of Content 1. Preparing Development Environment 1.1 Arduino Yún 1.2 Electronic Components 1.2.1 Arduino Starter Kit 1.2.2 Fritzing 1.2.3 Cooking-Hacks: Arduino Starter Kit 1.2.4 Arduino Sidekick Basic kit 1.3 Arduino Software 1.4 Unboxing 2. Basic Operations 2.1 Getting Started 2.2 Connecting to Arduino Yún 2.3 Updating Arduino Yún Firmware 2.3.1 Preparation 2.3.2 Updating The Board Firmware 2.4 Connecting to Existing Wifi 2.5 Reseting Wifi Settings 2.6 Connecting Arduino IDE Sketch to Arduino Yún 2.6.1 Serial Port 2.6.2 Remote via Wifi 2.7 Hello World: Blinking LED 2.7.1 Wiring 2.7.2 Writing Blinking LED Program 2.7.3 Deploying and Testing via Serial Port 2.7.4 Deploying and Testing via Remote Wifi 2.7.5 Deploying Program via Web Panel 2.8 SSH 2.9 Restart and Shutdown 3. Arduino Yún Sketch Programming 3.1 Getting Started 3.2 Digital I/O 3.2.1 Wiring 3.2.2 Writing Program 3.2.3 Testing 3.3 Serial Communication 3.4 Analog I/O 3.4.1 Potentiometer 3.4.1.1 Wiring 3.4.1.2 Writing Program 3.4.1.3 Testing 3.4.2 RGB LED 3.4.2.1 Wiring 3.4.2.2 Writing Program 3.4.2.3 Testing 3.5 SPI 3.6 I2C 4. Arduino Yún Linux Programming 4.1 Getting Started 4.2 YÚN Package Manager 4.3 SFTP 4.4 Python 4.5 Bridge Library and Python 4.6 Bridge 5. Servo Motor 5.1 Servo Motor 5.2 Hardware Implementation 5.3 Arduino Sketch Implementation 5.4 Testing 6. Using REST with Arduino Yún 6.1 Getting Started 6.2 Deploy Bridge Library 6.3 Testing Digital I/O 6.4 Testing Analog I/O 7. Logic Debugging 7.1 Logic Debugging 7.2 Analyzing Digital Output 7.3 Analyzing Analog Output   How to Buy You can get this book on the following online store. Lulu, http://www.lulu.com/shop/agus-kurniawan/the-hands-on-arduino-y%C3%BAn-manual-lab/ebook/product-22076568.html  Google Play Books, https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=YDcABwAAQBAJ  Kindle Amazon, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00UETCCYY  Kobo books, http://www.kobobooks.com/ebook/The-Hands-Arduino-Y%C3%BAn-Manual/book-Yogf_FqdUkCoKaNS_5FmGw/page1.html  iBookStore, http://itunes.apple.com/us/book/isbn9781312976153 

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Books | Embedded System | Python

Getting Started with Arduino and Go

by Agus Kurniawan 4. March 2015 07:46
I released new book about Getting Started with Arduino and Go. This book helps you how to get started with Arduino and Go. Several illustration samples are provided to accelerate your learning   Table of Content 1. Preparing Development Environment 1.1 Arduino 1.1.1 Arduino Uno 1.1.2 Arduino Leonardo 1.1.3 Arduino Mega 2560 1.1.4 Arduino Due 1.2 Electronic Components 1.2.1 Arduino Starter Kit 1.2.2 Fritzing 1.2.3 Cooking-Hacks: Arduino Starter Kit 1.2.4 Arduino Sidekick Basic kit 1.3 Go 1.4 Arduino Software 1.5 Testing 2. Hello World: Arduino and Go 2.1 Arduino World 2.1.1 Arduino Hardware Driver on Windows 8/8.1 2.1.2 Simple Testing 2.2 Arduino and Go 2.3 Testing Serial Port using Go 2.4 Testing for Arduino and Go 3. Exploring Go Packages for Arduino 3.1 Getting Started 3.2 Gobot 3.3 go-firmata 3.4 Reading Digital Input 3.4.1 gobot 3.4.2 go-firmata 4. Analog Sensor 4.1 Sensor Devices 4.2 Reading Sensor 4.3 Running Program 5. RGB LED 5.1 RGB LED 5.1.1 Arduino Analog output (PWM) 5.1.2 Controlling RGB LED Color 5.2 Arduino Implementation 5.3 Go Implementation   How to Buy You can get this book on the following online store: Lulu, http://www.lulu.com/shop/agus-kurniawan/getting-started-with-arduino-and-go/ebook/product-22069265.html Kindle Amazon, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00U7UGCS2  Google Play Books, https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=xp_mBgAAQBAJ  Kobo Book Store, http://www.kobobooks.com/ebook/Getting-Started-with-Arduino-Go/book-Kpgdxo3DMUiZRtdMARRulQ/page1.html  iBookStore, http://itunes.apple.com/us/book/isbn9781312963481

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Books | Embedded System | Go

Go Programming by Example

by Agus Kurniawan 23. February 2015 21:14
I released my new book “Go Programming by Example”. This book helps you to get started with Go programming. It describes all the elements of the language and illustrates their use with code examples. Table of Content 1. Development Environment 1.1 Installation 1.2 Development Tools 1.3 Hello World 1.4 Go Packages 2. Go Programming Language 2.1 Common Rule 2.2 Variables 2.2.1 Declaring Variable 2.2.2 Assigning Variables 2.2.3 Demo 2.3 Comment 2.4 Arithmetic Operations 2.5 Mathematical Functions 2.6 Increment and Decrement 2.7 Getting Input from Keyboard 2.8 Comparison Operators 2.9 Logical Operators 2.10 Decision 2.10.1 if..then 2.10.2 switch..case 2.11 Iteration - for 2.12 Iteration - while 2.13 break and continue 3. Arrays, Slices and Maps 3.1 Array 3.2 Slice 3.3 Map 4. Functions 4.1 Creating A Simple Function 4.2 Function with Parameters 4.3 Function with Returning Value 4.4 Function with Multiple Returning Values 4.5 Function with Multiple Parameters and Returning Value 4.6 Closure Function 4.7 Recursion Function 4.8 Testing 5. Pointers 5.1 Pointer in Go 5.2 Demo: Singly Linked List 6. Structs and Methods 6.1 Structs 6.2 Methods 7. String Operations 7.1 Getting Started 7.2 Concatenating Strings 7.3 String To Numeric 7.4 Numeric to String 7.5 String Parser 7.6 Check String Data Length 7.7 Copy Data 7.8 Upper and Lower Case Characters 7.9 Testing A Program 8. File Operations 8.1 Getting Started 8.2 Writing Data Into A File 8.3 Reading Data From A File 8.4 Writing All 9. Error Handling and Logging 9.1 Error Handling 9.2 defer, panic(), and recover() 9.3 try..catch 9.4 Logging 10. Building Own Go Package 10.1 Creating Simple Module 10.2 Building Own Package 11. Concurrency 11.1 Getting Started 11.2 Goroutines 11.3 Synchronizing Goroutines 11.4 Channels 12. Encoding 12.1 Getting Started 12.2 Encoding Base64 12.3 Hexadecimal 12.4 JSON 12.5 XML 12.6 CSV 13. Hashing and Cryptography 13.1 Getting Started 13.2 Hashing 13.2.1 Hashing with MD5 13.2.2 Hashing with SHA256 13.2.3 Hashing with Key Using HMAC 13.2.4 Testing 13.3 Cryptography 13.3.1 Symmetric Cryptography 13.3.2 Asymmetric Cryptography 14. Database Programming 14.1 Database for Go 14.2 MySQL Driver for Go 14.3 Testing Connection 14.4 Querying 15. Socket Programming 15.1 Socket Module 15.2 Hello World 15.3 Client/Server Socket 15.3.1 Server Socket 15.3.2 Client Socket 15.3.3 Testing   How to Buy You can get this book on the following online store: Lulu, http://www.lulu.com/shop/agus-kurniawan/go-programming-by-example/ebook/product-22055813.html Amazon Kindle, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00TWLZVQQ Google Play Book, https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=3_HFBgAAQBAJ Kobo, http://www.kobobooks.com/ebook/Go-Programming-by-Example/book-BgVL1JlA9kKaVRMMW3bjtg/page1.html  iBookstore, http://itunes.apple.com/us/book/isbn9781312939301

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Books | Go

The Hands-on MEAN Lab Manual, Volume 1

by Agus Kurniawan 30. January 2015 09:17
I just released my new book about The Hands-on MEAN (MongoDB, Express, AngularJS, Node.js) Lab Manual. This book helps you how to develop web application based MEAN stack with hands-on-lab approach. The book volume 1 explores how to get started with MEAN stack with several code samples. Finding the power of MEAN (MongoDB, Express, Angular, and Node) stack to build modern web application Table of Content 1. Preparing Development Environment 1.1 MongoDB, Express, Angular, and Node (MEAN) 1.2 Development Tools 1.3 Hello World MEAN 1.3.1 Deploying MEAN Library 1.3.2 Building Application 1.3.3 Testing 2. Basic Routing 2.1 Getting Started 2.2 Demo: Basic Routing 2.2.1 Creating A Project 2.2.2 Writing Program 2.2.3 Testing 2.3 What's Next? 3. Input and Form Handling 3.1 Getting Started 3.2 Demo: Building Registration Form 3.2.1 Create A Project 3.2.2 Writing AngularJS Program 3.2.3 Building UI 3.2.4 Testing 4. Data Binding and Templates 4.1 Getting Started 4.2 Jade Template 4.2.1 Demo: Input Form 4.2.2 Writing Program 4.2.3 Testing 4.3 HTML Template 4.4 EJS Template 4.5 Handlebars Template 5. MongoDB Data Modeling 5.1 Getting Started 5.2 Demo: CRUD Application 5.2.1 Creating A Project 5.2.2 Database Access 5.2.3 Creating Data 5.2.4 Reading Data 5.2.5 Updating Data 5.2.6 Deleting Data 6. Express Routes and Middleware 6.1 Express Routes 6.1.1 Route Methods 6.1.2 Route Paths 6.1.3 Handling Querystring 6.2 Express Middleware 6.2.1 Building A Simple Express Middleware 6.2.2 Third-Party Middlewares 7. Cookie and Session 7.1 Getting Started 7.2 Cookie 7.2.1 CRUD Operations for Cookie 7.2.2 Testing 7.2.3 Signed Cookie 7.3 Session 7.3.1 Writing and Reading Session 7.3.2 Testing 8. Error Handling 8.1 Getting Started 8.2 Logging 8.3 Logging File 9. Building RESTful Application 9.1 Getting Started 9.2 Building A Contact Online Application 9.2.1 Building Database 9.2.2 Creating Project 9.2.3 Building Back-End 9.2.3.1 Database Access 9.2.4 Node.js and Express 9.2.5 Building Front-End 9.2.5.1 AngularJS Service and Controller 9.2.5.2 Jade 9.2.6 Deployment 9.2.7 Testing 10. Data Paging 10.1 Getting Started 10.2 Demo: Employee Viewer Application 10.2.1 Building Database 10.2.2 Creating Project 10.2.3 Building Back-End 10.2.3.1 Database Access 10.2.3.2 Generating Data 10.2.4 Node.js and Express 10.2.5 Building Front-End 10.2.5.1 AngularJS Service and Controller 10.2.5.2 Jade 10.2.6 Deployment 10.2.7 Testing   How to Buy You can get this book on the following online book store. Lulu, http://www.lulu.com/shop/agus-kurniawan/the-hands-on-mean-lab-manual-volume-1/ebook/product-22020510.html  Google Play Books, https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=p4lvBgAAQBAJ  Amazon Kindle, https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00SXQAEUO  Kobo Book Store, http://www.kobobooks.com/ebook/The-Hands-MEAN-Lab-Manual/book-3KsjFOtX2EOXD7mcQiR7dw/page1.html  iBookstore, http://itunes.apple.com/us/book/isbn9781312876163

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Books | Database | Node.js

Raspberry Pi Wireless Networks

by Agus Kurniawan 11. January 2015 17:12
I just released new book about Raspberry Pi Wireless Networks.  Learn about building a wireless network on Raspberry Pi with several wireless modules.   Table of Content 1. Preparing Development Environment 1.1 Raspberry Pi 1.2 Getting Hardware 1.3 Development Tools 1.4 Electronics Devices 1.5 Change Raspberry Pi Hostname 1.6 Raspberry Pi GPIO 1.7 Python Library for GPIO 1.8 Hello World 1.9 Further Reading 2. Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11 Networks 2.1 Getting Started 2.2 Wi-Fi USB 2.2.1 Wi-Fi USB Hardware 2.2.2 Demo: Connecting Wi-Fi Network 2.3 Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11 Wireless Module 2.3.1 Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11 Wireless Module Hardware 2.3.2 Connecting Wi-Fi Module to Raspberry Pi 2.3.3 Demo 1: Connecting to Wi-Fi Hotspot 2.3.4 Demo 2: Creating Access Points (AP) 2.3.5 Demo 3: Creating A Simple Web Server 3. IR Communication 3.1 Getting Started 3.2 Building IR Remote 3.2.1 Hardware Implementation 3.2.2 Configuring and Testing 3.2.3 Recording 4. Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) and iBeacon 4.1 Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) 4.2 Installing Bluez5 4.3 Pairing Bluetooth Devices 4.4 BLE Development and iBeacon 4.4.1 Installing Node.js 4.4.2 Bleno 4.5 Further Reading 5. Wireless Communication Using 315/433 Mhz RF Modules 5.1 Getting Started 5.2 RF Transmitter and Receiver Link Kit 5.2.1 Wiring 5.2.2 Building Transmitter Application 5.2.3 Building Receiver Application 5.2.4 Testing 6. Wireless Communication Using 2.4 GHz RF Modules 6.1 Getting Started 6.2 Getting Hardware 6.3 Wiring 6.4 Configuring SPI on Raspberry Pi 6.5 Installing nRF24L01 Module 6.6 Testing 6.6.1 Scanner Testing 6.6.2 Receiver and Transmitter Testing 7. IEEE 802.15.4 LR-WPAN Networks 7.1 Getting Started 7.2 XBee IEEE 802.15.4 7.2.1 Getting Hardware 7.2.2 Connecting XBee IEEE 802.15.4 to Raspberry Pi 7.2.3 XBee Programming for Raspberry Pi 7.3 Demo: Raspberry Pi and PC Communication Through XBee 7.3.1 XBee Configuration 7.3.2 Writing Program for Raspberry Pi and PC 7.3.3 Testing 7.4 Further Reading 8. RFID and NFC Communication 8.1 Getting Started 8.2 Getting Hardware 8.3 Reading RFID Card/Key 8.4 Reading NFC Memory 9. FM Radio Receiver 9.1 Getting Started 9.2 Getting Hardware 9.3 Wiring 9.4 Configuring I2C for Raspberry Pi 9.5 Writing Program 9.5 Testing   How to Buy You can get this book on the following online store: Lulu, http://www.lulu.com/shop/agus-kurniawan/raspberry-pi-wireless-networks/ebook/product-21992398.html Google Play Books, https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=ME8jBgAAQBAJ  Amazon Kindle, https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00S3LA61G  Kobo Books Store, http://store.kobobooks.com/en-US/ebook/raspberry-pi-wireless-networks 

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Books | Networking | Raspberry Pi

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My Books

Arduino and Genuino Zero Development Workshop Go and SQL Server Programming By Example

Arduino and Genuino MKR1000 Development Workshop  Mengenal Microsoft Azure IoT

Getting Started with Raspberry Pi 3 PHP and PostgreSQL Programming By Example

Arduino and Genuino 101 Development Workshop Getting Started with Raspberry Pi Zero

Getting Started with Arduino Wiring for Windows 10 IoT Core Getting Started with Wolfram Language and Mathematica for Raspberry Pi

Arduino Uno: A Hands-On Guide for Beginner Arduino Leonardo and Arduino Micro: A Hands-On Guide for Beginner

RedBearLab CC3200 Development Workshop The Photon Kit Development Workshop

Python Programming by Example Raspberry Pi LED Blueprints

Bluno Beetle Development Workshop BeagleBone Black Programming using Matlab

Arduino Programming using MATLAB Digispark USB Development Workshop

Near Field Communication (NFC) for Embedded Applications Arduino Development for OSX and iOS

SparkFun ESP8266 Thing Development Workshop Teensy Development Workshop

Getting Started with Windows 10 for Raspberry 2 NodeMCU Development Workshop

Getting Started with ASP.NET 5 for OS X, Linux, and Windows Getting Started with Windows Remote Arduino

Redis Programming by Example The Hands-on ARM mbed Development Lab Manual

Getting Started With STM32 Nucleo Development Getting Started with Windows IoT and Intel Galileo

Learning C by Example Getting Started with Raspberry Pi 2

Getting Started with Arduino and Go The Hands-on Arduino Yún Manual Lab

The Hands-on MEAN Lab Manual, Volume 1 Go Programming by Example

Getting Started with Scratch for pcDuino Raspberry Pi Wireless Networks

BeagleBone Black Programming by Example Database Programming Using R

Learning R in 120 Minutes The Hands-on Intel Edison Manual Lab

Getting Started with pcDuino3 TI ARM Cortex-M LaunchPad Programming by Example

Raspberry Pi I/O Programming using Python Getting Started with Intel IoT and Intel Galileo

Pemrograman Java Tingkat Lanjut PHP and MongoDB Programming By Example

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