How do I communicate between Rpi and PC?
Basically I want to display the output of my raspberry pi on multiple PCs through Ethernet.
I felt jealous that a Esp8266 guy uses Node.RED to build a http IoT DHT22 web server. I am thinking to do something similar, to let my colleagues to install IoT sensors, such as DHT22 and DS18B20 temperature and humidity sensors in my lab, and read sensor data at their office desks, using Gigibit networked desktop PC or smart phone.
My question is: Is it feasible for newbie me to do it?
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How to display Rpi output to multiple Win/Linux PCs through Ethernet?
There are 101 ways.
Rpi setups a web server. I recommend to use Node-Red on Rpi server side. Other PC clients http this server. I also recommend to use Node-Red for the clients.
For newbies, I recommend AdaFruit’s Node-Red tutorial (Reference 4 below).
Of course you first need to install a web server in your Rpi. You can have the big guy, Apache http web server, with database, email services etc. Or you can setup a quick and dirty simple html/file server using Node.js, and python for server and client side apps.
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