I guess that I am one of them lazy people, wen I ask for help?rachel wrote: [Big Sinp]
The lazy people who want a details script of exactly what commands to type to do something: Read, listen, learn and search for what you need to do.
Steve a very nice looking web site, I can not get my head around HTML 5, plus Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), So I use plane html for my sites.extravagoose wrote: [Big Snip] Am playing extensively with the website stuff - have so far learned HTML 5 and CSS 3 using my Pi as a host for a simple personal web site http://www.sjjones.me.uk (so long as its powered up!).
Blatant plug, but check out one of the services we have developed at work called Whzan. We have used it for the backbone of quite a few projects for customers who need remote monitoring and control. It has a Json interface as well as .NET so is very easy to send data to and receive data from. For the display it uses SilverLight as well as there being an Android SDK (still in beta).iwerebeer wrote:Hi All,
If anyone is interested in helping me out on this idea, I would welcome it. There would probably be loads of free beer at the end of it too!
laurenh wrote:That's quite the tale, Kris! I do hope that the RPI brings as little frustration as possible to your life!
I'm looking at picking up an APC (Android PC) while I wait for my 'Pi, and either of them might be used for a home automation project. May I ask what prompts you to go the other way?
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