Post by triggerfish on Mar 20, 2019 3:05:46 GMT -8
Not sure what you mean by an wp site... GroveWeatherPi publishes info to wunderground and blynk. Wunderground provides an image widget to show data on a site. You could also write your own html page from the software to use elsewhere. You could ftp that page to your site, or set up an http server on your pi to access from an external source.
I have a wordpress website set up on the pi, what I am asking is how do I display the data from the weatherboard on that local site. When I started this project I was following this tutorial,"https://www.instructables.com/id/Complete-Raspberry-Pi-Weather-Station/" notice the website that come's with his code. Then I switched to SDL tutorial after seeing and buying this weatherboard. "https://www.switchdoc.com/weatherboard/" I am not married to the wordpress cms, I have no problem with using html instead of php.
Post by triggerfish on Mar 20, 2019 10:58:31 GMT -8
Well in that case... Put some code in the python source, writing whatever info you want on your website to a html
file, or php, or whatever code you fancy and can display in WordPress. I use an html widget to load external google map files that way. Read the file you write from the groverweatherpi to display your data.
Agree with Peter. There are a couple of other options coming down the pike from blynk. We have used internet dashboards in the past, but they change their interfaces so often we just kind of gave up making a standard interface.