This tutorial will walk you through the process of using IFTTT on your Raspberry Pi. IFTTT is a handy free web-service that stands for “If This Then That” and is used to make actions happen when a specific condition occurs.
Use this guide to learn how to compile and run the popular gDrive software. gDrive is a command-line based tool for interacting with Google Drive. Using this software, you can sync files and directories with ease.
This quick guide will walk you through the steps to installing Mathematica on the Raspberry Pi. Mathematica a powerful math and data computation engine that is available for free to all Raspberry Pi owners using Raspbian.
In this project, you will learn how how to set up and test Docker on the Raspberry Pi with just a few simple commands. Docker is a powerful tool for managing software packages in a container with low overhead.
By following this guide, you will learn how to compile OpenCV on the Raspberry Pi successfully. OpenCV is a collection of libraries that help you develop your very own computer vision application.
This tutorial will run you through the process of getting Netflix working on your Raspberry Pi. To get Netflix to work on the Pi we will be making use of a special add-on for the popular media center, Kodi.
In this tutorial, we take you through all the steps to configuring your Raspberry Pi to act as a DNS server. It’s ideal if you want to have a bit more control over how your local network operates. It’s a relatively easy tutorial.
In this tutorial, we walk you through the process of setting up and installing InfluxDB to the Raspberry Pi. InfluxDB is the perfect database for storing metrics as every data point in InfluxDB contains a timestamp.
Learn how to setup Grafana on the Raspberry Pi in just a few easy steps in this tutorial. Grafana is the perfect tool for analyzing and visualizing metrics such as temperatures, system usage or even stock prices.
Learn how to set up Gogs on the Raspbian operating system in this easy to follow tutorial. Gogs is the perfect Git web interface for the Raspberry Pi as it’s performance-friendly. It’s great if you love using a GUI to manage your Git repositories.
This tutorial will take you through the steps of installing Android for the Raspberry Pi. We make use of EmteriaOS as we found it to be the most stable version for the Pi. You will need to have a Raspberry Pi 3 for this tutorial.
Learn how to install the Deluge torrent software package to the Raspberry Pi. It’s a pretty straightforward process, and you will be able to access it via a web browser. It’s an affordable solution to an always-on TorrentBox that you can access remotely.
This tutorial takes you through the process of connecting an APA102 RGB LED strip to the Raspberry Pi. We also build a simple Python script that can be used to control the LED strip. It’s an excellent tutorial and great for learning the basics of using the LEDs.
In this tutorial, I go through the steps of setting up a Raspberry Pi Spotify connect device. We make use of the raspotify package to be able to bring this project to life. At the end of the tutorial, you will able to stream your favorite music from any Spotify app to the Raspberry Pi.
Wordpress is a content management system that is hugely popular. In this tutorial, we will take you through the steps of getting the software up and running on the Raspberry Pi. You will need both Apache and MYSQL installed before starting this tutorial.
Apache is one of the most popular web servers in the world. The tutorial takes you through the few easy steps to get the server up and running on your Raspberry Pi. We also show you how to setup PHP and how to set up Apache virtual hosts.
In this tutorial, we show you how to install PHPMyAdmin on the Raspberry Pi. It’s an excellent web administration tool that allows you to manage your databases easily. If you want to learn more about this great tool, then this is the perfect tutorial to get started.
In this tutorial, we take you through the steps on how to set up the MYSQL software on your Raspberry Pi. We also show you some of the basics, such as setting up a database and creating users. It’s relatively easy and a great way to learn more about MYSQL.
Learn how to turn your Raspberry Pi into a network attached storage (NAS) by making use of Samba. The name is most likely familiar as it’s widely used for sharing printers and folders. If you’re looking at sharing some folders, then be sure to check out this tutorial.
In this tutorial, we take you through the steps of setting up AFP (Apple Filing Protocol) on the Raspberry Pi. It’s a decent way of setting up some network attached storage. Keep in mind that this will work best when it’s mostly just Mac OS devices connecting.