It's been a long time coming, but version 1.0.0 of Cylon.js is finally here! We're thrilled to share this with all of you.The Internet of Things (IoT) framework has just reached a major milestone today! This release signifies that we think the core...Read more
In the latest release of Cylon.js, we removed the API from the core in favor of a separtate plug-in system for API modules. We currently have two different API plugins to choose from, cylon-api-http and the recently added cylon-api-socketio.
The newest...Read more
This New Year's release of Cylon.JS is focused on slimming down the core and stabilizing some features. Cylon's built-in API has been extracted out into the cylon-api-http plugin. This decoupling of the API and core, combined with a few other changes...Read more
Just in time for RobotsConf, we've released Cylon 0.21.0! This release focuses on stability and simplifying some long-standing architecture concerns. For application developers there is new syntax making it more straightforward to specify many connections...Read more
It is always a high priority here at The Hybrid Group to make Cylon.js, and all of the various Node.js modules that it depends on, easier to install and use. Using some of the coolest npm modules for developing require a long list of dependencies....Read more
Moving closer to Cylon 1.0.0, we've just finished releasing Cylon 0.20.X. Our newest release has more features for Application and Module Developers. And of course no Cylon.JS release would be complete without additional hardware support!
We're now...Read more
Do you want to control robots with your browser or your mobile phone? Of course you do! With the latest release of Cylon.js, we make it easy to control robots and connected devices from your own browser-based and mobile applications.
Cylon.js now...Read more
Dreamforce 2014 was amazing for our Cylon.js team this year. Four days of booth demos, daily workshops, and a conference talk, made for a schedule that required the stamina of robots. It's a good thing that we brought plenty with us!
At our booth...Read more
Cylon.js 0.19.0 is out! This release brings a number of exciting new changes for developers and is another big step closer to our 1.0.0 release. One key feature of this release is the ability for fluent syntax – useful to those familiar with jQuery...Read more
Team Cylon.js was at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco last week, and we got our hands on one of the new Intel Edison boards. The Edison is a tiny System on Chip (SoC) board intended to be the main processor for connected devices. It includes...Read more
Support for the Arduino Yun has been released into the wild! This member of the Arduino family is a Single Board Computer with a built-in microcontroller that runs Linux. The real fun comes in making it run Node.js + Cylon.js to then communicate with...Read more
We are happy to announce support for the Intel Galileo, an Arduino compatible microcontroller/SBC (Single Board Computer). The Galileo has the advantage of being able to run a bigger Linux image that lets you access the full Linux distro. Cylon support...Read more
Now with support for the Nest Thermostat, Cylon.js is coming to a smart home near you. Two Nest-related drivers are currently supported, nest-thermostat and nest-home. The nest-home driver can be used with Cylon to interact with the Nest through an...Read more
Cylon.js has been updated to 0.15.0 which features an updated api, a cleaner startup, and the ability for you to play instead of work!
You can read about the update in depth in the blog post "Cylon 0.15.0 is Out!" on the Cylon.js site.Read more
We are pleased to announce that we are featured in Make Magazine's Robot Week series of articles! You can read about it in our blog post Cylon.js in Make Magazine! on the Cylon.js site or go to Makezine's blog post and read the interview as well as...Read more
Team Cylon.js has written about the amazing time we had at JSConf down in sunny Florida for our latest blog post titled Cylon.js At JSConf 2014 on the Cylon.js blog.
JSConf was filled with cool new projects that proved the conference is a center for...Read more
After our wonderful experiences in Scotland, we flew the long haul all the way to the "greatest show and tell on Earth" at MakerFaire 2014 in San Francisco. We were honored and greatly excited for the opportunity to speak about Cylon.js!
It was incredible...Read more
The learned city Edinburgh hosted us for Scotland.js and you can read all about it in the post titled "Cylon.js In Scotland" on the Cylon.js site.
Our last talk of the European robotics tour was fast-paced but we wasted no time in performing a highly...Read more
Our next stop on the European robotics world tour was NextBerlin 2014, where we got the chance to connect with business people from startups and large companies coming from all over Europe. We had fun playing with the Leap Motion conected to Spheros...Read more
More details on the conference and information...Read more
Our National Robotics Week roadshow ended on a high note with a warm and welcome visit to the halls of CSULB, where we held a talk with the Robotics Society of Southern California.
You can read about our talk as well as our latest Cylon.js prototype...Read more
We've just published a new tell...Read more
Just recently we headed down to SCaLE to unveil our latest platform, Skynet, and of course fly things around.
You can read about how it all went, as well as some of the challenges the small space presented us, in the post "Tipping SCaLE12X" on the...Read more
A good summary of the event, including who the winners were and their...Read more
With the release of Cylon.js 0.9, we've added some powerful drivers and utilities as well as the ability to control your robotic army over the web!
Controlling robots with Cylon.js is now easier and funner, which you can read about it in our post...Read more
We wrote about the latest Cylon.js release which allows for multiple and simultaneous platform support in a new post "Release 0.8.0 Makes 10 Platforms" on the Cylon.js site.
Cylon.js version 0.8.0 is here, allowing anyone to quickly add new hardware...Read more
Just recently we got back from the exciting festival of hacking known as RobotsConf, complete with multiple hacking rooms and Team Cylon.js was there to help out.
We tell all about it and have a video of the event in the post called "RobotsConf Was...Read more
Cylon.js was demoed to thousands at the Dreamforce conference in San Francisco last week and while others were still talking about the future we showed them how our hardworking team had already made the platform for it.
The post "Dreamforce Means...Read more
Team Cylon will be heading to Dreamforce next week where we will show how devices can provide real-time business information and how developers can start making use of these technologies.
You can read about how we are helping to build the "Internet...Read more
We present to you Cylon.js in a blog post we've made called "Welcome, Cylon...Read more