A blog created using Bootstrap
I just recently got something very interesting in the mail. This is something that I had ordered a couple months back and I really wasn't expecting to ever get it. This item is the VoCore2 Lite.
This tiny little board is capable of a lot more than you would think. The SoC is MediaTek's MT7688AN. This SoC is designed for use in wireless routers, so it has built in wireless capabilities as well as a built in ethernet switch. The system has 64MB of RAM and 8MB of built in NOR flash storage. The storage can be expanded by adding a SD card. The board also has GPIO that can be used to control other devices. I plan to use a relay to control a light remotely. The Vocore2 Lite will also serve me as a great portable wireless router; or maybe I will have it host a website in the future.
I am excited to get working with this new tool, but I first have to wait for the tools I need in order to wire up the system without potential damage. I will post again once I get something working. In the meantime, I am going to be working on making the PDF on this website inserted using pdf.js instead of just using a simple HTML object. This will allow for more browsers to be able to display the document.
This is my first blog post. The goal of this blog is to help me grow more familiar with using HTML and CSS with the Twitter Bootstrap. I want to become more fluent in web design so that I can use this skill in the future.
In the future, I may write more posts on this blog discussing topics that I am learning in school. This will help me gain a better understanding of these topics as I will be thinking about them in greater detail.
Here is a link to the bootstrap example page that I have based my page on: The Bootstrap Blog