If you are serious about using your Raspberry Pi as a platform for writing and testing code, you'll appreciate the WebIDE software developed by Adafruit.
on 10/25/2012 – Made popular on 10/25/2012
I have installed on RaspBerryPi the Pidora(it's Fedora 18 Remix) and I am also trying to install the Adafruit's WebIDE....
I downloaded and compiled the nodejs and everything seems to be ok.
Then, I followed the instuctions from this page http://learn.adafruit.com/webide/installation
and everything seems to be done, correctly.
The last step, is to run the command
I'm trying the new Firefox Developer Edition. I'm struggling to get the WebIDE to run a project in my smartphone. In the documentation, it's said you can debug an app using Chrome 37+ on android. When I connect it to my mac, I can get the WebIDE to recognize the device, but when I try to run it, I get this error: "Operation failed: installing and running app: Can't install".
Browsers have long contained development tools to help debug and diagnose problems when authoring Web content, but Mozilla is taking Firefox to the next level. Nightly builds of the browser now contain a development environment, WebIDE, for creating, testing, and deploying Firefox OS apps.
Since this month was our Raspberry Pi issue, I did some research on"what folks do with their Raspberry Pi". I sent queries out via Twitter,Facebook, the Linux Journal Web site and even the #linuxjournal IRCroom. When it comes to doing extra-geeky projects with the RPi, everyperson I spoke with mentioned buying parts from Adafruit.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has announced that it is now able to release the ARM code of the Raspberry Pi's graphics stack, giving the mini-computer a completely open source ARM-based software platform...
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has announced that it is now able to release the ARM code of the Raspberry Pi's graphics stack, giving the mini-computer a completely open source ARM-based software
The Raspberry Pi team is on fire (in a good way), making new Raspberry Pi models faster than we can review them. Eben Upton, Raspberry Pi Founder and CEO of Raspberry Pi's engineering team, recently announced the new Raspberry Pi A+ model.