PiCockpit

PiCockpit: online / offline states, and MQTT

In the upcoming PiCockpit release, we will have an online status tracking for Pi’s connected via picockpit-client. The online function is realized by MQTT’s Last Will & Testament feature. You can test it by unplugging your Pi from the network. I unplugged the Pi at: 17:59:10At about 18:00:05 it was shown as offline:Why is that? [...]

By | August 8th, 2019|PiCockpit|Kommentare deaktiviert für PiCockpit: online / offline states, and MQTT

First message from picockpit client rendered!

Today, 7.8.2019, at around 18:16 the code is in place for the first message to have been rendered: Thus the Pi “Alexander” is shown as online. Thanks to the magic of vue.js, MQTT, VerneMQ, AdminLTE, Crystal Lang, Python, Paho, AXIOS and much much more!This is the effort of around 320 hours of work (total time invested [...]

By | August 7th, 2019|PiCockpit|Kommentare deaktiviert für First message from picockpit client rendered!

PiDoctor, a free online tool to check Raspberry Pi computers

PiDoctor is a free online tool to check Raspberry Pi computers and display the information in an clear way to users. PiDoctor is part of picockpit.com, a growing collection of tools to support Raspberry Pi single board computer users.Leipzig, January 10, 2019 - pi3g e.K., an approved Reseller of Raspberry Pi computers for Germany, Switzerland [...]

By | Januar 10th, 2019|PiCockpit, PiDoctor|Kommentare deaktiviert für PiDoctor, a free online tool to check Raspberry Pi computers

Introducing PiCockpit and PiDoctor – how to test your Raspberry Pi and get information about it

We strive to make the Raspberry Pi even easier to use for everyone.Introducing PiCockpitTo this end today we are introducing our new platform PiCockpit. PiCockpit will be extended over time with useful tools for Raspberry Pi users and administrators.We start out with two tools to help the Raspberry Pi community:PiDoctor – an easy, comfortable and [...]

By | Januar 5th, 2019|PiCockpit, Raspberry Pi Blog|Kommentare deaktiviert für Introducing PiCockpit and PiDoctor – how to test your Raspberry Pi and get information about it