A Raspberry Pi client for Asteroid (aka pijs.io) written in nodejs
The easiest way to install pi-steroid on a Raspberry Pi is to use the auto-installation script described in pijs.io documentation.
You can also try pi-steroid on any computer that has nodejs and npm installed. Just install this package and run pijs-client:
$ sudo npm install -g pi-steroid $ pi-steroid
pi-steroid uses the node-ddp-client library to connect to an asteroid server. It subscribes to a feed from the server that describes this device and the code it is supposed to run.
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