Running Flask under NGINX on the Raspberry Pi

This tutorial explains how to run Flask applications using the NGINX webserver. Flask is a microframework for Python which allows you to create a web based applications on your Raspberry Pi. It includes its own webserver but it recommended by the developers that you should run under a more established web server such as NGINX or Apache. This makes the Flask app more robust as it can deal with more... Read more

Apple Airplay on Raspberry Pi in 7 Easy Steps @Raspberry_Pi #PiDay #RaspberryPi

Great guide from App Code Labs.Do you have an existing hifi system that’s too old to support Apple Airplay? Don’t want to replace it with lower-quality wireless speakers, but want to stream music? It’s a common problem. The good news is, for the cost of a Raspberry Pi you can build an Airplay server so you can stream music directly from an iPhone or iPad to your hifi system. This... Read more

Touchless health monitoring module works with Raspberry Pi

Olea Sensor Networks’ “OS-3010” healthcare sensor module now works with the Raspberry Pi and other Linux and Android devices. A 24GHz Doppler Radar Sensor monitors heart rate, respiration, and other signals synthesized by OleaSense software. Reno, Nevada based Olea Sensor Networks Sensor makes a variety of sensors and sensor boards for healthcare, industrial safety, and […] Read more

Beginner’s Guide – The MagPi Magazine @Raspberry_Pi #PiDay #RaspberryPI

Great resource from The MagPi Magazine.The Raspberry Pi is a small, clever, British-built computer that’s packed with potential. Made using the same technology you find in a smartphone, the Raspberry Pi is designed to help you learn coding, discover how computers work, and build your own amazing things. This book was written to show you just how easy it is to get started..Each Friday is PiDay here at Adafruit! Be... Read more

Louie Rendek’s 2018 Cape Sable Lights #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

WOWOW – this is bananas! From Louie Rendek on vimeo:2018 Christmas display! Over 66,000 channels of computer-controlled Christmas lights. 22,000 RGB WS2811 pixels being controlled by six Raspberry Pi units (Falcon Pi Player) driving numerous Falcon F16V2 and F16V3 pixel controllers. and see what else is up Louie Rendek’s light display sleeveEach Friday is PiDay here at Adafruit! Be sure to check out our posts, tutorials and new Raspberry Pi... Read more