These tutorials are designed to teach you the basics of KinomaJS. If you are just getting started with KinomaJS, we suggest completing all five of the basic tutorials.
This document provides details on the objects that define the KinomaJS BLE V2 API, which supports both BLE central and peripheral roles.
This guide will help you quickly get started writing applications for Kinoma Element. It includes simple example applications that use timers, add sensors, and communicate via HTTP.
This document describes how to program Kinoma Element’s hardware pins.
This PDF shows the pin numbers and pin types for Kinoma Element.
Advice for getting Kinoma Code for Windows to discover your Kinoma Element.
Kinoma Create supports a number of hardware protocols. This is an overview and samples for the supported protocols.
This is a quick start guide about how to set up your Kinoma Create, run sample apps and start writing applications.
Read this document to learn more about and get started with your Kinoma Create.
This document describes how to program Kinoma Create’s hardware pins, and serves as a handy reference for the pin types supported by Kinoma Create.
Tips for using your Kinoma Create.
This PDF shows the pin numbers and pin types for Kinoma Create.
The Pins module can interact with sensors through either built-in or custom BLLs; this document defines and describes the rules for building your own custom BLLs for Kinoma Create or Kinoma Element.
This document summarizes and illustrates the KinomaJS Files API, which enables applications to access the host file system to read and write files, iterate through directories, rename files, and more.
This document describes XS, a toolkit designed by Kinoma for developing standards-based, networked, interactive multimedia applications or command-line tools for various devices.
This document describes XS in C, the C interface to
xslib, the runtime library component of the XS toolkit.
These tutorials show how to connect and interact with a number of common sensors.
These articles show how to build and code more complex examples using Kinoma Create or Kinoma Element and sensors from SparkFun, Adafruit, and the like.
A collection of articles covering specific hardware and software features of interest to developers.
List of Open Source software and licenses used with Kinoma Create.
KinomaJS is available as open source under the Apache License, in a GitHub repository. This document discusses what that means to developers using KinomaJS, especially Kinoma Create developers, and points to where to go for more details.