Kinoma Create

Kinoma Create

The ES6-powered device, for developers to take ideas to prototype and production

Kinoma Create comes out of the box with integrated Wi-Fi, BLE, capacitive touchscreen, speaker, microphone, battery, and case.

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Kinoma Code

Kinoma Code

An new IDE to script apps for Kinoma Element and Kinoma Create

Kinoma Code integrates tools not usually found in an IDE. Developers can configure Wi-Fi, reprogram hardware pins, update firmware, and scan network devices.

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KinomaJS

KinomaJS

JavaScript application framework for embedded devices and mobile

KinomaJS is the open source application framework uniquely designed to build the core applications of embedded devices using JavaScript.

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Come on in, we’re OPEN


The Kinoma line of prototyping solutions for IoT innovators is:

Open Source

The KinomaJS application framework is open source under the Apache License Version 2.0, and product case design files and PCB files are available on GitHub.

Open Sensor

Kinoma’s hardware prototyping products work with off-the-shelf sensors.

Open Cloud

Script apps to work with any cloud services a project requires; KinomaJS doesn’t limit apps to a private cloud or specific network protocols.

Kinoma’s JavaScript-Powered Developer Products Make the IoT Scriptable — Get Hands-On Demos at the SXSW 2016 Trade Show!

Posted on March 13, 2016
Kinoma is bringing new IoT product development hardware and software to SXSW, in a demo-rich booth (#401) on the Trade Show floor […]

Kinoma Create Version 2 is Now Available, Facilitating an Expanded Range of Uses by Embedded Developers, while Keeping Hardware Exploration Fun for Makers

Posted on March 3, 2016
Kinoma has publicly released the second version of Kinoma Create, a developer device to take Internet of Things (IoT) ideas to prototype and production […]

Kinoma Element Development on Windows

Posted on May 26, 2016
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If you recently purchased a Kinoma Element, you may have seen that the Quick Start Guide recommends you use our new IDE Kinoma Code to set up and develop applications for your new device. You may have also seen that Kinoma Code is currently only available for Mac OS. But fear not, Windows developers! There is good news for […]

Make Things Scriptable

Posted on May 5, 2016
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Imagine what homes will begin to look like in the next five years: filling up with smart stuff. Connected devices like the Nest Thermostat, Philips Hue lights, and August Smart Locks are already flying off of shelves. And there’s every reason to believe that the number of connected devices installed in the home will continue […]

Show your Kinoma projects at the Design Automation Conference in Austin!

Posted on April 20, 2016
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Calling all Kinoma developers in the Austin area!   You have the chance to exhibit your Kinoma-based projects in the Maker’s Market of the Design Automation Conference! This opportunity to showcase your work is free of charge. Maker’s Market is at The new World of IoT exhibit at the Design Automation Conference. DAC will take […]