Here's a little background on what this father and son team are all about:
Welcome to the Raising Awesome Website. We are a 10+ year father and son Maker team. Here you can find
all our projects from various contests, magazines, and Youtube channels. Check out our daily tips
and highlights just below.
These are general blogs to help you do what we do - and help us remember what we did to do it again.
Sometimes you need to see the stuff that is being sent behind the scenes in the Request Headers. These are text variables passed as part of the header of the hyper text transfer protocol (aka HTTP).
This is a head-to-toe instructions on how to set up your own free web server hosted on Amazon Web Services running on .Net Core 5.
After miles of research we finally found the one-liner it takes to stream one's Raspberry Pi to YouTube.
People love their phones. So, if you can have the user interface (UI) of your Maker project be their phone, do it. It also makes your project less expensive and with less parts to troubleshoot and maintain. This guide takes you through setting up the Pi as an ad hoc Wi Fi module so one can connecct. It then provides a simple web server example to serve as the interface.
Now that ASP.Net Core can run on Linux - often it is running under a reverse proxy from a web server like Apache. So, the default references to a users IP return the local IP of the Apache server. This makes for a very hard Google to figure out. Luckily, we nailed it, finally.