Monthly Archives: May 2016

The Roomba (Part 1 of 2)

As some of you might have seen on twitter we had a device laying around at the Nabto headquarters with Nabto written all over it. [tweet https://twitter.com/nabto_com/status/735109173466267650 align=’center’] Today is the grand reveal of our Roomba hack! Like the CoffeePi this project was rather substantial so the Roomba hack will be split in two parts. […]

Dartino + uNabto

The experimental open-source project Dartino enables you to write software for embedded systems using the modern Dart language and a set of libraries, that let you be highly productive. So why not add another powerful library? Thanks to  improvements to the FFI library in the latest Dartino SDK, we are now able to use the uNabto framework from […]

Snappy Ubuntu Core + uNabto

Today we will have a look at Snappy Ubuntu Core, why it is nice, in principle, and why it still has some way to go before it will really be useful in reality. Snappy Ubuntu Core, the basics Snappy Ubuntu Core is “a new, transactionally-updated Ubuntu for IoT devices, clouds and more”. In other words, it’s a […]