CAF.js (Cloud Assistant Framework)
Co-design permanent, active, stateful, reliable cloud proxies with your web app and gadgets.
Bootstrapping a Raspberry Pi 2/3
Setting up a RPi2 or RPi3 for running CAF.js applications is easy.
Start with an up to date raspbian image, install Docker with:
curl -sSL https://get.docker.com | sh
Register for a cloud account in https://root-launcher.cafjs.com with user, e.g.,
bar. Create a CA instance of the
root-gadget app to manage the device
bar-device1. See external:caf (https://cafjs.github.io/api/caf) and external:caf_dcinabox (https://cafjs.github.io/api/caf_dcinabox) for details.
Then, execute in the RPi:
curl -sSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/cafjs/caf_rpi/master/setup.sh | bash -s -- bar-device1 pleasechange
bar-device1 is the identifier of the device, and
pleasechange the cloud service password for user
bar. After the setup is done, only a restricted authentication token will be kept in the device. To clear the shell history (with your password):
history -c && history -w
Deployment of device apps and tokens is now managed by the