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This page allows you to fork a new project from an existing project (Slice). The newly forked project will be listed in the IoT Projects page as a new entry. If you want to overwrite the existing project, please edit it instead.

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Private Project

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Source Code

Provide the source code of a microcontroller or tiny computer in JavaScript. Node.js-based computers are supported. Require f3js package and use its API to design the device enclosure.

var f3js = require('f3js') , numSlices = 15 // number of slices [0, 100] , offsetX = 25 // offset X [0, 100] , offsetY = 25 // offset Y [0, 100] , margin = 5 // line margin [0, 10] , len = 100 // line length [10, 200] , horizontal = true; // direction (horizontal=on, vertical=off) for (var i=0;i<numSlices;i++) f3js.drawLine( offsetX + (horizontal ? 0 : i*margin) , offsetY + (horizontal ? i*margin : 0) , offsetX + (horizontal ? len : i*margin) , offsetY + (horizontal ? i*margin : len));

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