How to Make a Raspberry Pi Python Web Server

Because of its small footprint, energy efficiency, and reasonable computing power, the Raspberry Pi makes an excellent server. You can spin up a media server using the likes of Plex, Emby, and OpenMediaVault, or a web server running WordPress, Drupal, Apache, or NGINX. Similarly, you can make a Python web server with a Raspberry Pi and Flask. Learn how to build a Raspberry Py Python web server!

Getting Started with Chromium OS on Raspberry Pi

There are loads of operating system (OS) options for the Raspberry Pi. While Linux distributions (distros) such as Raspbian, Ubuntu MATE, and Debian may be the most common, you can also install tons of alternatives. Among them, you'll find the likes of Chrome OS. Learn how to install Chromium OS for Raspberry Pi boards!

Launch applications using an RFID card reader and Raspberry Pi

The humble keyboard and mouse are traditional forms of input that are used to control computers. But for those of us too young, or those requiring a computer to be adapted for their needs, these traditional interfaces are not suitable and we need to adapt how we offer an interface for the user.

Make Your Own Virtual Assistant with Mycroft

Using a Raspberry Pi and Mycroft, it’s easy to cobble together an artificial intelligence (AI) voice assistant. Here’s how to make your own virtual assistant with Mycroft!