Provided you have followed the instructions here to set up your Gen 2 Galileo with Node.js and XDK…
Download and unzip the following samples into a directory and, under the “Develop” tab, select “Open An Intel XDK Project” and import the below directory.
Download Samples: Mashery Galileo XDK Samples
Next, assuming you have connected an Intel Galileo Gen 2 board and paired it with your XDK instance, you should be able to deploy the code to the board and then run it.
Each sample can be run by navigating to the directory containing your Node.js projects and going “node sampleXXX.js”
The team at Jigsaw Renaissance rose to the challenge of producing a more robust Hack-E-Bot implementation based on Intel Galileo Gen 2 and spent all night producing a new, ruggedized version which now has sonar for obstacle avoidance!
I will be demonstrating the v2 robot at Intel Developer Forum next week, thanks to Marty + Budi.
Was invited to speak about Intel Galileo, Estimote, Blue Cats and Spark Core at Ada’s Technical Books for the Geek Girls Carrots group here in Seattle.
Just posted my article on using Node.js + Mashery API Network + OAuth on the Intel IDZ blog.
My article on using Mashery API with Intel Galileo has been posted on Intel IDZ.