Use a Raspberry Pi Zero W and a soil moisture sensor to notify you via Slack if your plant needs watering.
There’s nothing scary about this post – it’s about running Ghost on a Raspberry Pi and includes details on how to get this setup, including using your own hostname and Cloudflare for DDNS.
Build your own Raspberry Pi Car Audio Player for less than £30, whilst creating a WiFi Access Point without any coding in this guide.
Use your Raspberry Pi on Multiple WiFi Networks Getting WiFi working on Raspberry Pi must be one of the most searched topics since the popular board was released. Thankfully, this is now a pretty simple process even for beginners! However,… Continue reading →
This guide (which is also featured over on Cyntech’s blog) will show you how to use the Lisiparoi camera add-on to create a Raspberry Pi night vision camera using Cyntech’s very affordable Model B case.
In my experience, there are some essential tools and software that any person wanting to tinker with a Raspberry Pi should have. There are no doubt more to this list, and I’d be happy to include these so feel free to comment below, but in my experience these are must haves…