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Minimize Node.js* I/O Bottlenecks with Linux Kernel Library and Data Plane Developer Kit

In this experiment a Node.js application, Security Compass Let’s Chat*, runs on top of the Linux Kernel Library (LKL) and the DPDK for better I/O throughput. See how the binding between Node.js and DPDK using LKL was implemented.
  • Networking
  • Node.js*
  • Transfer Your Project from Arduino Create* to Intel® System Studio 2018 Beta

    Details

    • Tested with l_cembd_p_2018.0.050
    • Linux* host build
    • Requires CMake on the host

    Purpose

    Build a project from Arduino Create* in Intel® System Studio (with CMake Makefile generation).

  • Professional
  • Internet of Things
  • C/C++
  • Intel® System Studio
  • MRAA and UPM Basics in Arduino Create*

    MRAA (mraa.io) – pronounced ‘em rah’ is the hardware abstraction layer in Arduino Create* for Linux* based platforms. It is an open source project, and it supports multiple boards and programming languages. Using MRAA allows you to initialize and work with pins on a board with an easy-to-understand API.
  • Professional
  • Linux*
  • Internet of Things
  • C/C++
  • Advanced
  • Intermediate
  • MRAA Library
  • UPM Library
  • Using Intel® Libraries in Arduino Create*

    While there are many traditional Arduino* libraries that are useful for microcontrollers, there is a lot of functionality to be had with Linux* based targets to take advantage of the additional processing and OS capabilities. This article will show you what libraries are available inside of Arduino Create for Intel®-based platforms running Linux.
  • Professional
  • Internet of Things
  • C/C++
  • Advanced
  • Intermediate
  • MRAA Library
  • UPM Library
  • Code Sample: Color Match Game

    This Color Match Game application is part of a series of how-to Internet of Things (IoT) code sample exercises using the Intel® IoT Developer Kit, and a compatible Intel® IoT Platform cloud platforms, APIs, and other technologies.
  • Professional
  • HTML5
  • Internet of Things
  • C/C++
  • HTML5
  • Java*
  • JavaScript*
  • Node.js*
  • Python*
  • Advanced
  • Intermediate
  • MRAA Library
  • UPM Library
  • MQTT
  • Wi-Fi
  • Cloud Computing
  • Development Tools
  • Sensors
  • How to upgrade an existing floating license manager on Linux

    As of version 2.5, the Intel® Software License Manager download package for Linux* uses an installer similar to Intel software development tools.  This is a change from older versions which were simply extracted to a folder.  If you already have a pre-2.5 version of the license manager installed and running on your server, follow the steps below to upgrade to version 2.5 or higher.  

  • Intel® License Manager for FLEXlm*
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