Raspberry Pi transform a web server with Google Code

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September 14, 2013

Raspberry Pi transform a web server with Google Code

Raspberry Pi released in 2012 made its way into the world of Do it Yourself, both in home automation in robotics, but use it as a web server remains fairly accessible. This should however change with Google Coder.

Raspberry Pi released in 2012 made its way into the world of Do it Yourself, both in home automation in robotics, but use it as a web server remains fairly accessible. This should however change with Google Coder
Raspberry Pi Google Code

Raspberry Pi has become a staple of the DIY IT: This miniature computer the size of a credit card quickly proved indispensable for fans seeking to develop tools or automation in the field of multimedia. Several users have also raised the possibility of the Raspberry Pi mini Web server, but so far the implementation of such an application was not really within the reach of amateurs, the audience for the Raspberry Pi

Google could change that: giant unveiled its new Web project, Google Coder, which can greatly simplify the use of a Raspberry Pi to create a web server and web apps. Just download the code posted by Google and put it on an SD card to be read by Rapberry Pi when connecting a monitor and keyboard to the Raspberry, then you can access a web code editor, allowing immediately start developing the project using HTML, CSS, javaScript and other.




The project is mainly dedicated to experimentation and learning, consistent with the principles of the Raspberry Pi, which is primarily a dedicated test platform. The Raspberry will not support a large number of connections, but Google Coder allows to set up a local server for demonstration and testing. The Google team also admits not know too much what applications users can create using this feature, this is the reason given to explain the distribution of the open source project. The code is freely downloadable from the website and users are welcome to modify and tweak at leisure to explore the possibilities.

-> Download it from here: Raspberry Pi