I have been using Raspberry Pis for quite some time. Some are IoT apps like sensor logging or Airplay speakers. I’ve also provided a box full in various hands-on demos in the community. Accumulating a large collection of late-model Raspberry Pi’s, I invested in ansible tasks to automate config and maintenance.
I needed a way to convert Latitude/Longitude coordinates between Degrees+Decimal to Degrees Minutes Seconds notation. I created some user functions within the excellent PCalc app that can do this inline in PCalc.
For a while now, have had a time/temp logging system in my house. It is still hosted on my very first Raspberry Pi, and uses a BMP085 temperature/pressure sensor, and two 1.2” LED displays from Adafruit. The logging on
Pachube -> COSM -> Xively needed to be updated to something else, so I decided to use Phant from Sparkun Electronics (SFE).
Discovered today that in iOS 10,
NSAppTransportSecurity adds a new exception key for
.local domain accesses:
Had to figure out how to use the Swift 3 branch. Didn’t find the instructions elsewhere.