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Project Reliability Engineering: Pro Skills for Next Level Maker Projects by Eyal Shahar

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© Eyal Shahar  2019
E. ShaharProject Reliability Engineeringhttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-5019-8_2

2. Our First Web Dashboard

Eyal Shahar1 
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San Francisco, CA, USA
 

In this chapter we will cover the basics of creating a web dashboard for a project. A web dashboard is basically a web page that can be accessed from any device with a web browser. From that page we are able to see what our project is doing, or at least what the project thinks it’s doing, change its configuration, and give it instructions.

As much as this seems like an obvious thing to do, it is a rather new concept. To this day, many computer-based systems can only be controlled with a mouse, a keyboard, and a monitor connected to the computer itself. Even with the ubiquity of Wi-Fi ...

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