Building a tweeting weather station

This is a continuation of the project that we built in the previous chapter and that used the temperature and humidity Grove sensor with the Raspberry Pi to display the weather conditions. We will be using the same hardware.

The only difference now is that instead of displaying the weather on the terminal, we will be live-tweeting it, and also saving the information into a database for later retrieval.

Building a tweeting weather station

To revisit the project, we should go through it once again by turning to Chapter 9, Grove Sensors and the Raspberry Pi. Much of the code that was used previously will be used again, with the addition of the blocks ...

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