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Simple and intuitive web interface for your Raspberry Pi
Hello there,I'm pretty new to this sort of thing, and got lost right away on step 1. Where can I buy these materials, and I have no clue how WiringPi works.Thanks
Hello there,I'm pretty new to this sort of thing, and got lost right away on step 1. I'm not surea) Where I can obtain these materialsb) What do to (ex. connect what to what)I have installed WiringPiThanks
Hi. this is awesome project. Thanks for ur guide in this project. I've been waiting for ur next great project.
You know I actually signed up for this site just so I could reply to your post. I find it frustrating that after this guys spends all that time getting this documented and written up that you can't spend a little time troubleshooting your own issue. Having been a programmer for 20+ years I have found that when there is an issue with my code it is very often a missing semi-colon or some typo or the like. The first thing you should have learned with DIY (Do It Yourself) projects is that there are hundreds of projects out there that will be close do what you want to do, but you might need to spend a little time on your own playing with it to find out how to do exactly what you want to do. Learning isn't always easy and you will find it may not always fun. But in the end after you have spent the time troubleshooting it I promise it will be worth the time learning. Especially when someone like this is pointing the way. It is when you are on your own in uncharted territory that really causes you to pause and think if this might be beyond your capabilities. The hardest part is sometimes you have to go back to the beginning and start all over to really find your issue. Good luck, I am sure if you spend just a little time you will figure it out!
Sure, I've made an instructable how to control Single LED, you can see at my bloghttp://engineer2you.blogspot.com/2016/09/raspberry-gpio-from-phone.html
Hi did you configured the script to work with only one pin ? HOW !? i'm killing myself to get it to work with only just GPIO 27 ...
Hi can you make a script for a single pin / LED on a preset pin ? Thank you
I made it. It was very interesting, but i research use internet instead wifi.Please help me
Nice instructable, base on your instruction, i made remote light switch through phone.Anyone interested this project, please visit my blog: http://engineer2you.blogspot.com/2016/06/raspberry-pi-remote-light-switch.html
hi, nice project.. i want to ask. how to add password to active each button? how the about the code... - swaggerz95
Have been trying to setup a web interface for the past few days. Found a few but none of them really worked for some or the other reason. This is the only one which worked the first time through! Amazing.Thank you so much. - rpanicker
I have never made this but the information on this tutorial is good. Useful and is in my bookmarks is my slow learning journey that is raspberry pi.
Ah, thank you sooo much. It is an excellent tutorial and rather easy to tweak. Thank you!
Fantastic! Worked like a charm. Minor correction to the text..."sudo chown -R www-data /var/www" will probably work better with "chgrp" instead of "chown" to change the group ownership. I'll be using this to help teach young kids getting started with the RPi, although I have a bit to learn up on the Apache/PHP side of things! Thanks much! - refnoredcard
Thanks alot bro! Its a good tutorial for beginner like me :P - ThiyraashD
Hi , is it possible to automatic refresh and password protecting ?
use filezilla and ftp to your raspi, very easy and effective
I'm not sure I am understanding how to use various GPIO pins that are not in any sequence... So $array = [5,13,19,18,22] would be OK? and $pic is a mystery.. but the same? - mettauk
Works on Pi 2 and 3b - mettauk
You really need to take a look at yourself. This is an excellent tutorial, and the author has been extremely helpful to you and many others.Helping them learn != doing it for them. Be nice! - Eddberry
hi, i'm a beginner, i have a problem where the pictures don't appearI was confused by putting this files (src='data/img/red/red_".$i.".jpg') on your source code. where i should put this file on raspberry pi 3? i use raspberry pi 3.I've put this file in (src='/home/pi/data/img/red/red_".$i.".jpg'). but didn't seem his image. I thought i misplaced this file.I appreciate any help
more headache than it's worth.. thank you anyway. Really too bad you couldn't have just answered differently to solve vs idk what. How hard would it have been for you to just look at the code I posted and corrected it? If we were coders we likely wouldn't be on this site and if you just confuse people you are not helping them learn..
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