Rapberry Pi Development

The Raspberry Pi is a single computer board, developed for Internet of Things (IoT) projects. The low cost, numerous connectivity options, and 'plug and play' nature of Pi makes for a board that is ideal for all. Pi is the perfect tool; you can use it as a desktop computer, media center, server, monitoring/security device, or any other custom application. We can compile any Linux-based Operating System (OS) to run on the versatile Raspberry Pi. Unlock the potential of the Raspberry Pi with plenty of access to development software and configuration options.

Raspberry Pi Customization

Turn your Raspberry Pi into a print server

According to WIkipedia's Internet Printing Protocol, Internet Printing Protocol ( IPP ) is a specialized Internet protocol for communication between client device and printers or print servers[2]. IPP uses HTTP as its transport protocol. Each IPP request is a HTTP POST with a binary IPP message and print file, if any, in the request message body. The corresponding IPP response is returned in the POST response. HTTP connections can be unencrypted, upgraded to TLS encryptio ...

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Using Raspberry Pi as Thin Client

A thin client, or lean client, is a type of computer that relies entirely on its network connection to accomplish tasks. A typical laptop or desktop PC—otherwise known as a fat client—has the memory, storage, and computing power to run applications and perform computing tasks on its own. A thin client, on the other hand, functions like a tv; it only needs to draw the screen and render the sound. The actual computing power residing on a networked host ( or server ). The hosts may be on-site ...

Installing WordPress on Raspberry Pi

In this article, we will be showing you how to set up a WordPress server. According to W3Techs, WordPress powers over 40% of all the websites on the Internet[1]. More than one in three websites that you visit are likely powered by WordPress. For CMS, or content management systems, almost every 2 out of 3 CMS websites uses WordPress[2]. In order to install WordPress, you need a web server stack. In this article, we will go through setting up ...