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REST on your SoC with Device::WebIO

System on a Chip (SoC) devices, such as the Raspberry Pi and pcDuino, are becoming increasingly popular. They almost always have a working Perl installed, and some library for controlling the I/O pins. Wouldn't it be nice to unify the API across devices? While we're at it, why not add a REST interface, too? The Device::WebIO modules do exactly that, and this presentation will show you how to use them.

This is also the 20th anniversary of Perl. There is a rumor of cake.

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  • Timm M.

    October 15, 2014

  • Steve K.

    Timm gave a good summary of his work on WebIO and showed... blinky lights! (...and also code, and technical documentation for the temperature sensor he's using. David wanted to boil it, but we didn't have the equipment...)
    James talked a little about Milwaukee's monger group...
    There was cake!

    October 15, 2014

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