In the previous article we have installed and updated to the latest Debian image our BeagleBone
We also enabled the network services to access the board using the hostname.
After these changes we can access the Beaglebone using the following address in the the browser
You can perform these simple examples to begin to interact with the board. There are also links to the development tools such as Cloud9, Nodered and informations about these development tools
Clicking on Cloud9 we access at the section dedicated to this tool. It is shown how to create a simple example and to run at boot the code placing it into the autorun folder in the IDE interface. From this section we can access to the Cloud9 ide available on port 3000 of the Beaglebone site
For more information about the tool, refer to the site
Accessing to the Nodered section we find the link to the web page about the basic informations about Nodered
and the link to the Nodered ide, running at 1880 port of the web server running on BeagleBone
In the web page about the first steps for Nodered there are examples with which to start using the tool. From the web site https://nodered.org we can have more informations about the tool.
From the home page of the our BeagleBone board web interface, http: //beaglebone.local, we find the informations about all available headers and functions. The following image shows the expansion headers
In next articles we will show some code examples with the development board.