This time we’ll step away from cameras and videos, and learn how to use Raspberry Pi’s GPIOs to control servos using Node.js and pulse-width modulation (PWM).
Now that we know how to serve single images from our Raspberry Pi Camera, it is time to do some video streaming. To make this happen, we’re going to use the MJPEG video format.
With the hardware and operating system properly set up and know the camera works properly, it’s time to start some Node.js coding!
Recent release of Raspberry Pi Zero W (W stands for Wireless) motivated me to start another Pi-based project. This time we’re gonna make a fully featured video monitoring system.
Make yourself a coffee, grab a sandwich and hop on, this is gonna be fun!
After almost 3 years after the initial commit, I have finally released subcommander v1.0.0.
Even though it sounds like yet another command-line argument parser for Node.js, subcommander is a bit different. Supporting multiple sub-command levels, it can help you create a rich CLI for your Node.js application.