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RazerJS an app for running js scripts to control Chroma devices.

Discussion in 'Razer Chroma' started by DarkKill, Sep 18, 2016.

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  1. This is a project that I am working on.

    RazerJS is an application that allows the communication between Java Script and Chroma devices (Currently only keyboard). Which gives you the option to control Chroma devices with raw JS and even make interactive scripts using html layouts.

    This app gives that opportunity for JS developer (that is unfamiliar with traditional programing) and even normal user to create there own scripts
    and control there keyborad in a very easy way.

    Application Preview:


    Github Project: https://github.com/yanivka/RazerJS
    Application Wiki: https://github.com/yanivka/RazerJS/wiki
     
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  2. forevercrl

    forevercrl Active Member

    It is good project to allow js to control chroma devices but not only C++ :thumbsup::thumbsup:. Keep going and make it able to interact with more devices :wink_:.
     
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  3. Niten001

    Niten001 Member

    How flexible is it? Can you select individual keys or do you just change the keyboard as a whole?
     
  4. njbmartin

    njbmartin Developer of Awesome

    Great starting point, and certainly an interesting way to add JS support.
     
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  5. You can definitely change every individual key, By knowing its key id documented here: https://github.com/yanivka/RazerJS/wiki/Keyboard-keys.

    As well the app can call your JS script when the keyboard keys get pressed down and released giving you the option to interact directly with keyboard clicks.

    You can see some short examples of scripts here: https://github.com/yanivka/RazerJS/wiki/Example-Scripts.
    And you can see the actual syntax for JS here: https://github.com/yanivka/RazerJS/wiki/Script-Syntax
     
  6. Active13245

    Active13245 Active Member

    Amazing work! I'm lerning c++, html and css in school, but I see that JS is amazing. I can't imagine myself doing such things with c++ :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:
     
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