Harness the power of the $6 Raspberry Pi Pico W to create live data feeds
The versatile $6 Raspberry Pi Pico W is a cost-effective means to gather and transmit data. when used with MQTT, this data can go global.
Connecting the $6 Raspberry Pi Pico W to Twitter is a breeze using IFTTTs free service. In this how-to, we send live sensor data to Twitter using IFTTT and MicroPython.
Integrate the $6 Raspberry Pi Pico W into a web app with the help of Anvil and a little Python code.
Using the latest $6 Raspberry Pi Pico W we find out how many astronauts are on the International Space Station, and learn their names.
Breadboards are an essential component in electronics. With them we can “sketch” our circuits, test new ideas and learn how to build projects from components that cost cents, not dollars.
Learning to code with the Raspberry Pi Pico is now even easier thanks to CircuitPython and low cost Chrome devices.
In the 1980s, the home computer scene was dominated by BASIC, and now the $4 Raspberry Pi Pico gets a taste of the eighties.
Identify and remove the packages that bloat your Raspberry Pi OS installation. All you need are a few commands and a little Linux know-how.
Try out the latest Python library for the Raspberry Pi Pico, a library that simplifies building electronics projects with the $4 microcontroller.
The latest beta bootloader from Raspberry Pi sees a curious tool which enables users to download and install the latest operating system without the need for a PC.
Elgato’s Stream Deck Pedal looks like a nice piece of kit. But we can make our own, today using the power of the Raspberry Pi Pico and a few DIY skills.
The Raspberry Pi Pico is one year old and to celebrate we made a classic game using some NeoPixels, buttons and just a touch of CircuitPython.
What was once a joke is now a reality. Fish can now drive a (fish) tank thanks to a Raspberry Pi, some sensors and a little training.
Build an automated bot that captures images of the outdoors and tweets them, along with the weather on a regular basis.