I'm thinking of buying a puck.js and I read on the kickstarter page that it can connect to the internet.
How so? Does it connect to the internet via bluetooth?
kinda like this:
PUCK --bluetooth--> COMPUTER --wifi--> INTERNET
PUCK <--bluetooth-- COMPUTER <--wifi-- INTERNET
is this correct?
Computer or smartphone ;-)
Yes, realistically you need some kind of bridge. There's some software that can run on a Raspberry Pi that can act as a proxy - there's a little bit of info here: http://www.espruino.com/Puck.js+HTTP+Proxy
However, you can also connect an ESP8266 WiFi module or a GSM/LTE module directly to Puck.js and it can access the internet that way, using all the usual Espruino http & socket APIs.
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