– RAHUL SANGOLE
I’ve worked on an updated dashboard to monitor and control the temperature for my house. The dashboard displays the current temperature, humidity and commanded temperature on gauges, and also plots a time history on a line chart.
Previously, I used Xively to plot my data.
Since I’m no web or DB programmer, I relied heavily on the internet for snippets of code which I tailored for my dashboard. Fermentation Riot was the source of the idea to use Google Charts. It took 2 days to get the MySQL, PHP and HTML codes to where I wanted them to be; so anyone who is new this stuff like I was, don’t sweat it. If I can get it done, anyone can.
The working codes are uploaded to Github.
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