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Dataplicity on non-Debian OS

Posted by Elliot Mackenzie 3 years 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.

Dataplicity Lomond

Posted by Elliot Mackenzie 3 years 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.

Support for teams!

Posted by Elliot Mackenzie 3 years ago

By popular request, Dataplicity now supports teams!

Wormhole support for iframes

Posted by Elliot Mackenzie 3 years 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.

AllAboutCircuits: Home Automation

Posted by Elliot Mackenzie 3 years ago

Johnathan Powell writes:

Tabs for Android!

Posted by Elliot Mackenzie 3 years ago

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

Dataplicity for Windows 8/10

Posted by Elliot Mackenzie 3 years ago

With our new Windows PC app you can:

Build Alexa controlled smart lights

Posted by Radoslaw Kieltyka 3 years ago

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

Build a remote file uploader

Posted by Elliot Mackenzie 3 years ago

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

Mencionado en neoteo

Posted by Elliot Mackenzie 3 years 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 tienes varias tareas por delante, dependiendo del método que escojas. Direcciones IP estáticas, apertura de puertos en el router, SSH, VPN, servicios al estilo de DynDNS… tedioso por donde se lo mire. Muchos usuarios ya se han acostumbrado a este baile, aunque en el fondo todos pensamos que debería existir una forma más sencilla de entrar a un Raspberry Pi utilizando como puente a la red de redes. Dicho eso, hagamos un lugar para Dataplicity."