How-To

Ninja - LimitlessLED

NinjaBlocks module for LimitlessLED lights (Same as MiLight, EasyBulb, ...)

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Communicating directly with the Arduino in the Ninja Block

The Arduino cape inside a Ninja Block is what allows RF to be detected and used in your rules, but have you ever wondered exactly what the arduino is saying?

This quick guide will tell you How-To listen directly to what the arduino is saying, and even talk back to it!

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Convert your servo motor into a continuous rotation motor

This mod has been out there on the Interwebs for some time now but I have never tried it myself and decided to give it a go.  I'm glad I did- a motor that's controllable in this fashion is incredibly useful. 

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Creating a wireless water sensor

 In this tutorial, I'll show you how to hack the Ninja Block's wireless button to create a simple water sensor.

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January 24, 2013

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Hack like a Ninja (Blocks developer)

This guide explains how to get the Ninja client app running on your desktop. If you want to connect an Arduino project to Ninja, write a Ninja module, or just have a nerdy good time, this how-to is for you.

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Ninjafying your Arduino Project

Have you built something awesome with Arduino and thought - wouldn't it be great to trigger this with a webhook? Well, we did. Now if you have a Raspberry Pi (or in fact any computer) you can upgrade your standard Ardunio project to be a Ninja Block pretty darn easily thanks to our NinjaBlocksSerial library.

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January 17, 2013

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Ninjafying an Arduino Ethernet

Have you got an ethernet shield for your Arduino and been frustrated connecting it to the interwebs? Well the Ninja is here to help. With our drop in NinjaEthernet library you can be sending data to, and receiving commands from, Ninja in just a few minutes.

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