February 01, 2013

Tutorial › Video ›

Tutorial Two - Webapp Overview

In this short video, Justy starts to get familiar with the Ninja Platform user interface.

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January 29, 2013

Ninja Blocks Kit ›

Unboxing and Pairing your Ninja Block

In the first video in our Ninja Blocks Tutorial series, Justy receives his Ninja Block, pairs it and saves an RF sensor.

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January 24, 2013

Hacks › Tutorial ›

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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January 18, 2013

Raspberry Pi ›

Using a Raspberry PI as a Ninja Block


Learn how to take an ordinary Raspberry Pi computer and turn it into a Ninja Block in no time flat.

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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

Arduino › Hacks ›

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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October 17, 2012

Webhooks ›

New Feature: Live Data Web-hooks

Hey Guys and Gals,

We’re super pleased to anounce our new Live Sensor Data Web-hooks feature which send live sensor data to your own web enabled apps. This means you can now quickly write web apps that talk to hardware without needing to know embedded programming, electronics and networking!

Here’s a quick demo of the Live Sensor Data Web-hooks in action:

We’d love to hear about what you make with Live Sensor Data Web-hooks in the forums, over at .

Bye for now!