AmbientMonitor Arduino Javascript dashboard project

Posted on Friday, August 16th, 2013 in Arduino, code, how-to, open source, sensors by the machinegeek

Luca Dentella posted an example on his blog about creating a full-working dashboard for Arduino (charts and gauges) in Javascript, running entirely in a web browser without the need for a webserver.without the needing of a webserver it runs entirely in a web browser. In this implementation, Luca uses the Arduino connected to an AM2302 sensor to get temperature and humidity values, which are then displayed on the dashboard.

You’ll find a full project description on Luca’s blog, with the code also available on his GitHub repository.

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2 Responses to “AmbientMonitor Arduino Javascript dashboard project”

  1. Thanks for sharing this. I have played with this in the past and this is actually much cleaner using JSONP. (XML generates more overhead vs JSON)

    It makes the Arduino sensor act more like an API. Clean,fast and to the point. ;)

  2. BigChuck says:

    This is sooo much like Iowa Aquaponics’ Environment DAQ Shield, but crude, granted they sell a shield so their cloud applications are more polished (mobile friendly for instance)

    You should check out their tutorials on getting Arduino sensors into the cloud.

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