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 dual-core Atom processors, 1GB of RAM, and built-in WiFi/Bluetooth LE all on a single board.
We’ve just added support to Cylon.js for the Intel Edison, as well as updated our support for the Intel Galileo, so you can now use any of the GPIO and I2C devices that Cylon.js already includes, along with any of the many new devices contstantly being added.
Find out more by reading the full post on the Cylon.js blog or read the instructions on how to get started in the Cylon.js documentation.