konashi: A physical computing toolkit for iPhone and iPad.
With it, you can handle konashi without having to develop an application using Objective-C, which has a high learning curve.
Also, “konashi.js” is linked with Kayac Inc.’s “jsdo.it” community.
Code for konashi.js all has the tag “konashi” attached.
First, search for the tag “konashi”, and try operating the code everyone has made!
If you have an account on jsdo.it, try searching for your own username.
Feature 3: Specify a URL to deploy code from
It is possible to specify HTML not only on jsdo.it, but also HTML published on the web.
If you do not want your code to be visible publicly, you can store HTML and JS on Dropbox and other services.
|Series Name||Models||iOS version|
|iPhone||iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5s||iOS7.1 〜|
iPad(4th generation/November 2012 model),
iPad(3rd generation / March 2012 model)
|iPod touch||iPod touch(5th generation)||iOS7.1 〜|
Q: Where can I find the latest version of konashi-bridge.js?
A: The latest version of the compressed JS is at http://konashi.ux-xu.com/kjs/konashi-bridge.min.js.
Also, there is an overview of previous versions of konashi-bridge.js at https://github.com/YUKAI/konashi-js-sdk/tree/master/build
Q: I’d like to purchase konashi!
A: Please purchase your konashi here.
Q: Can’t I compile HTML or JS inside the app?
A: We apologise, but currently the source code of the app does not support compilation.
For all other enquiries regarding konashi.js, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.