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Join hundreds of makers and hackers around the world to learn about building robots with JavaScript.

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Hmm... stating the obvious: That new detector module really puts the "spark" into "SparkFun"!!!

Oh, also check out the LiPo USB car starters. They will put out some current!

I bought a Raspberry Pi UPS board and found that had a pretty good little charger; it'll put out some current too. I won't paste the link…

Thank you, very helpful and concise article. From a project cost perspective, the LiPo usb battery pack can charge a battery and provide 5V…

Exactly! Since your code is compiled on the web and flashed to the Micro:Bit over UF2, platform independence is a huge draw with this. There…

I, for one, appreciate the tutorial, even though I don't have time to read it in detail at the moment. (Nice to know it's based on…

Wow perfect timing for my project You should also cover the soldering to switch antennas over from onboard to external. It took me a while…

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We have some counting scales here in the warehouse. They're really nice when packing or inventorying bulk components, IIRC ours have the…

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