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Finishing the PWA with Arduino on Azure

During the stream, we worked on building a score counter app. It’s going to be a Progressive web app, running on Azure Static Websites. The app makes a connection to an Arduino using the Web Bluetooth API and stores the data using Azure Functions.

During the stream, we finished the app and made it ready for the demo. We got the Bluetooth working, and made sure the Service worker uses background sync. The app now stores the scores in an IndexedDb database, to sync in to Azure when the connection comes back.

Building a PWA with Vue and Arduino šŸ¤Æ

During the stream, we worked on building a score counter app. It’s going to be a Progressive web app, running on Azure Static Websites. The app makes a connection to an Arduino using the Web Bluetooth API and stores the data using Azure Functions.

This time we spend most of the time getting the service worker to work.

Programming a PWA with WebBluetooth on Azure

During the stream, we worked on building a score counter app. It’s going to be a Progressive web app, running on Azure Static Websites. The app makes a connection to an Arduino using the Web Bluetooth API and stores the data using Azure Functions.

Building Rosie the Chatbot and the Overlays

During the stream, we worked on building a Twitch bot using Node JS. We tried to fix a bug with the Spotify integration and we worked on getting Rosie to chat about new followers by connecting to overlays app with Web Sockets. We ended with adding an overlay for emotes that explode when used in chat.