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Plug your Linux Raspberry Pi into Windows PowerShell

Elliot Mackenzie · 13 days ago

Dataplicity Porthole now supports PowerShell!

Automate tasks, manage TCP forwarding and remotely control Raspberry Pi devices from PowerShell on your Windows PC or Windows Server.

    Forwarding TCP with Porthole

    Elliot Mackenzie · about a month ago

    Now available on our Professional plan, Dataplicity Porthole allows you to forward arbitrary TCP ports from your remote Linux devices to your local Windows PC or Windows Server.

      Build a DIY Dropbox

      Radoslaw Kieltyka · 6 months ago

      Instructables user FlyingHazard has posted a tutorial how to build an OwnCloud 9 on Raspberry Pi - DIY Dropbox on Instructables.com!

      FlyingHazard writes:
      "Everyone has data, and whether you store it locally, or pay for a cloud-based service, there never seems to be enough storage space to go aroun...

        Easy graphical file management through wormhole

        Radoslaw Kieltyka · 7 months ago

        Cloud Commander provides an elegant drag and drop web-based file manager for Linux devices. It's quick to setup, easy to use, and it works via Dataplicity Wormhole :)

          Dataplicity on non-Debian OS

          Elliot Mackenzie · 7 months ago

          The Dataplicity installer was designed to run out of the box on Debian-based distributions, including Raspbian and Ubuntu. If, however, you want to run Dataplicity on a different OS, we've provided some instructions to help you along the way.

          Here it is: https://docs.dataplicity.com/docs/installation-on-different-oss
          ...

            Dataplicity Lomond

            Elliot Mackenzie · 7 months ago

            Dataplicity leverages many supporting technologies in the provision of our remote device management service (https://www.dataplicity.com/), but few of which are more critical in the provision of the service than Websockets.

            To that end, we've tried and tested lots of different Python Websocket cl...

              Support for teams!

              Elliot Mackenzie · 7 months ago

              By popular request, Dataplicity now supports teams!

                Wormhole support for iframes

                Elliot Mackenzie · 9 months ago

                Until now, wormhole responses were served with X-Frame-Options set to DENY. By popular request, this header has been removed so you can now embed wormhole pages directly into your own apps.

                Enjoy!
                -- Dataplicity team

                  AllAboutCircuits: Home Automation

                  Elliot Mackenzie · 10 months ago

                  Johnathan Powell writes:

                  "Recently, I spent a weekend setting up a Pi to stream to the projector in our living room. Using the Pi, I can now stream media from my Plex server or games from my desktop computer upstairs. It's a pretty seamless system, but you still occasionally need to access the term...

                    Tabs for Android!

                    Elliot Mackenzie · 10 months ago

                    We've been hard at work and today we're announcing an update to Dataplicity for Android!

                    .... and .... TABS!

                      Dataplicity for Windows 8/10

                      Elliot Mackenzie · 11 months ago

                      With our new Windows PC app you can:

                      • Get a remote shell for your Raspberry Pi terminal right from your mobile device
                      • Scan your local network for new Raspberry Pi devices and make them available via Dataplicity
                      • Remotely repair, diagnose and reboot your Pi from anywhere you have an internet con...

                        Build Alexa controlled smart lights

                        Radoslaw Kieltyka · about a year ago

                        Instructables user going by the nickname coolbotic has posted a tutorial how to build an Alexa controlled smart lights on Instructables.com!

                        Coolbotic writes:
                        "By the end of this project, you will be able to control your lights from a website and also an Amazon Echo Dot."

                          Build a remote file uploader

                          Elliot Mackenzie · about a year ago

                          Instructables user Richard Stanley (audstanley) has posted a tutorial to build a remote file uploader on Instructables.com!

                          Richard Stanley writes:
                          "This is a simple way to upload files onto your raspberry pi through a browser. "

                            Mencionado en neoteo

                            Elliot Mackenzie · about a year ago

                            Lisardo Pardo escribió lo siguiente:
                            "Vamos a suponer que deseas acceder de forma remota a tu Raspberry Pi durante el fin de semana. El lugar al que te diriges posee una buena conexión a Internet, y tu portátil debería ser más que suficiente para ingresar al mini ordenador, pero lo cierto es que ti...

                              Dataplicity featured at Techcrunch

                              Radoslaw Kieltyka · about a year ago

                              John Biggs at Techcrunch writes:

                                Dataplicity for iOS!

                                Elliot Mackenzie · about a year ago

                                Last month we launched Dataplicity for Android. Today, we are announcing Dataplicity for iOS!

                                With Dataplicity for iOS:

                                • Get a remote shell for your Raspberry Pi terminal right from your mobile device
                                • Scan your local network for new Raspberry Pi devices and make them available via Dataplicity
                                  ...

                                  API Released!

                                  Elliot Mackenzie · about a year ago

                                  Today we're announcing our new API for managing devices and account details!

                                  Things you can do with this API:

                                  • Programmatically query or update information about devices, including their description
                                  • Query device status
                                  • Trigger a device reboot
                                  • Manage your account details including password re...

                                    Terminal copy/paste

                                    Elliot Mackenzie · about a year ago

                                    Historically web browsers were intercepting any text pasted into the terminal. This was pretty annoying.

                                    So.... good news! You can now copy and paste to/from the web terminal. :-)

                                    Browser limitations mean we had to use a slightly different key combination than the native OS key combination for "...

                                      Dataplicity for Android

                                      Elliot Mackenzie · about a year ago

                                      At long last Dataplicity for Android is here!

                                      With Dataplicity for Android:

                                      • Get a remote shell for your Raspberry Pi terminal right from your mobile device
                                      • Scan your local network for new Raspberry Pi devices and make them available via Dataplicity
                                      • Remotely repair, diagnose and reboot your Pi...

                                        Dataplicity Agent 0.4.0

                                        Elliot Mackenzie · about a year ago

                                        We've released a new Dataplicity Agent!

                                        This is a major refresh with the following changes:

                                        1. Installer is switched from Shell to Python, resulting in a more robust installation process.
                                        2. Logging is vastly improved. Log files in /var/log/dpinstall.log and /var/log/dataplicity.log are now much m...

                                          Full screen terminal view

                                          Elliot Mackenzie · about a year ago

                                          By popular request, we've added terminal resizing so you can see your terminal at the full resolution of your browser!

                                            Stream video from your Raspberry Pi

                                            Elliot Mackenzie · about a year ago

                                            You can now stream your Raspberry Pi camera live using Dataplicity! Here's how: http://docs.dataplicity.com/docs/stream-live-video-from-your-pi

                                              Mass produce Pi with Dataplicity

                                              Elliot Mackenzie · about a year ago

                                              Our support team is frequently asked how to bake Dataplicity into an installation image suitable for mass production.

                                              Here's how: http://docs.dataplicity.com/docs/install-dataplicity-on-many-devices

                                                WebDAV now works with Wormhole!

                                                Elliot Mackenzie · about a year ago

                                                You can now share files on your Pi using WebDAV and Dataplicity Wormhole!

                                                Here's the tutorial http://docs.dataplicity.com/docs/share-files-from-your-pi

                                                :-)

                                                  New Status Site!

                                                  Elliot Mackenzie · about a year ago

                                                  Our status page is now up and running!

                                                  Should you encounter any problems with Dataplicity, you can now check our system status here:
                                                  http://status.dataplicity.com/

                                                  If someone here drops a spanner in the engine we'll post all you need to know right on that page.

                                                    Welcome to dataplicity

                                                    Elliot Mackenzie · about a year ago

                                                    Hi there!
                                                    We're happy you are here :-)

                                                    This site is where we'll be publishing all of our tutorials and guides, product developments and new features.

                                                    Happy Pi,
                                                    The Dataplicity Team