Creating A Raspberry Pi Web Server For My Home!

Hosting Server at Home – Creating A Raspberry Pi Web Server For My Home!


Creating A Raspberry Pi Web Server For My Home!

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Raspberry Pi Projects: Setting Up A Server For My Own Flask API!
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  1. U could use a vpn to connect to your network. And as ui u can run Homeassistant or openhab to control everything. But nice basic api project. Keep going. I like your videos and enjoy it.

  2. Arduino uses direct connection to the internet, A web server can be created and used in various different ways.
    I used Arduino as a connection to the internet and also connected it to the (Rpi) so that my connection was stable and durable.
    By using routersploit i found out that the tunnel and connection could be exploited to see the database of the connection without using an Arduino device to protect it. I recommend using an Arduino as an armor to block any unwanted access or vulnerability if in another place. I hope this data can be used on any of your projects. If the exploit that i mentioned is not exploitable it means that your raspberry pi is under pivpn protection or your lamp server is well made. Email me through <[email protected]> for more info about pivpn and Arduino capabilities. Thanks for a;; your videos….

  3. Apart from implementing an auth, you should also implement a simple UI to control your lights instead of consuming your API endpoints by typing URLs, it's a bit tedious don't you think ?

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