In this project, you will be learning how to set up your Raspberry Pi as an MQTT broker. We achieve this by installing the free and open-source Mosquitto software. Mosquitto allows our Raspberry Pi to act as an MQTT server without draining its limited resources.
In this project, we will show you the straightforward steps to setting up your Raspberry Pi as an AirPrint server. Using this, you can easily extend your older printers’ functionality to allow easy printing from Apple made devices such as the iPhone or the iPad.
In this tutorial, we will be showing you how to add wake word detection to your Raspberry Pi by using the Porcupine software. Porcupine is a lightweight and accurate wake word engine that was developed by AI company Picovoice.
In this tutorial, we will be showing you how to install the Nagios monitoring software on the Raspberry Pi. Nagios is an open-source, free, and lightweight software that you can use to monitor the devices that are operating within your network.
Add Bluetooth to your speakers by using a Raspberry Pi. Set up audio streaming for any old speaker or hi-fi system with this straightforward guide. By following this guide you will also get support for Spotify Connect, Apple AirPlay and multi-room streaming.
With this tutorial you will learn how to install the Domoticz software to your Raspberry Pi. Domoticz is a free and open source automation tool that has been designed to help you monitor and control devices within your home network.
In this tutorial, you will be learning how to set up Homebridge on your Raspberry Pi with a few straightforward steps. The Homebridge software will allow you to connect devices to Apple Home that don’t have inbuilt support.
Learn how to install the UniFi Network Controller to the Raspberry Pi with a couple of easy to follow steps. You can make use of this network controller to monitor and control the UniFi devices on your network in a simple dashboard.
With this tutorial, you will learn how to set up and install Home Assistant to your Raspberry Pi. Home Assistant is a powerful, free, and open-source automation tool for your home that boasts excellent integration with a variety of devices.
This tutorial will walk you through the process of installing and setting up Node-RED on the Raspberry Pi. Node-RED is a flow-based development tool that is perfect for IoT devices like the Pi and is incredibly easy to understand.
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.
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.
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 all the steps to set up the Eddystone beacon software on your Raspberry Pi. It’s an excellent way to broadcast data using a Bluetooth adapter. It was originally part of Google’s physical project but has since been dropped. However, it’s still a cool project.
In this tutorial, we go through the steps on how to turn your Raspberry Pi into an iBeacon. It’s a protocol that was developed by Apple and is able to be used in a variety of different scenarios. It’s a super easy tutorial and worth checking out.
In this project, we take you through all the steps to set up an attendance system that makes use of the RC522 RFID reader. It is quite a long tutorial, but we cover everything from setting up the RFID reader right through to an MYSQL database and a web frontend.
This tutorial takes you through all the steps to set up the Snowboy Hotword detection service on the Raspberry Pi. This is a great way to create some custom hotwords that your Pi will be able to pick up. You can then perform specific actions using Python utilizing your own hotword.
This Raspberry Pi Google assistant project will walk you through on how to build and set up your very own Pi-powered Google Assistant. This assistant will actively listen to your voice and respond to your queries, all you need to say is “Ok Google” or “Hey Google” followed by your query. To set up your […]
In this project, we will be building upon our Telegram tutorial by showing you how to utilize Telegram to control your Raspberry Pi. We will be doing this by utilizing the LUA interpreter that is built into the Telegram CLI which opens it up to quite a wide variety of functionality. The LUA interpreter allows […]
In this project, we will be exploring how to set up a basic low-cost Raspberry Pi Twitter Bot utilizing the Python programming language. In this Twitter bot tutorial, we will be showing you how to write the script while implementing the Twython package, and you will be amazed at how easy it is to set […]