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Raspberry Pi Blueprints by Dan Nixon

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The weather station web application

To make the data we record from the weather sensors a bit more accessible, we will use a web application written in Python to display the current and historical data recorded from our weather station.

To do this, we will make use of a Python web application framework called Flask (http://flask.pocoo.org/), an application server called Gunicorn (http://gunicorn.org/), and a reverse proxy server called Nginx (http://nginx.org/).

The web application will have two pages, one will show the current weather conditions and the other will show the history of the weather conditions over a given time range. To help visualize the data on both the pages, we will use the Google Charts API (https://developers.google.com/chart/ ...

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