Yesterday I installed a wireless weather station and I managed to link it to my Raspberry pi by following this write up. I can access all of the settings via a web browser and what's better than a cool little iPhone app to check your local weather live :) that or go outside.
It's just another wind sock, please refrain from posting the same comments, thanks :)
-- @fffabs --
4 months ago
Yesterday was a good day!
This is gorgeous!
Very nice. I like how nothing feels "too much". Seems to all fit nicely :)
Gorgeous! But I must question the selection of pink for the button.
@Haziq Mir One does not question the pink button, one just accepts it :)
I love this sort of thing. What a fine idea.
Great project dude!
i need a rasberry pi :D
Great DIY project, just might try it myself ;)
"that or go outside." I think that go outside it's easier :P great UI btw.
In my windy country this should be helpful.
Looking good Fabio!
Looks great Fabio!!
by Fabio Basile
I had a little bit of time during the weekend to update my personal weather app linked to my weather station in the garden. I am currently adding the various weather 'types' and adjusting the settings overlay. On the finished version the settings won't be on a different screen but instead they will partially overlay the main weather view, thus the semi-transparent background.
3 months ago
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