arduino-create-agent-js-client - JS module providing discovery of the Arduino Create Plugin and communication with it

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Version 2 of the arduino-create-agent aims to provide a cleaner api based on promises. It will remain confined to a v2 property on the daemon object until it will be stable. At the moment it only supports tool management. To enable communication between your local installation and the Arduino Create Agent add origins = http://localhost:8000 on your agent config.ini file (if you are using https, add origins = https://localhost:8000).

https://github.com/arduino/arduino-create-agent-js-client#readme

Dependencies:

detect-browser : ^4.4.0
rxjs : ^6.4.0
semver-compare : ^1.0.0
socket.io-client : 2.2.0

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