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    login to a webpage running in raspberry through wifi

    Hello, I want to make a webpage that will display some data and that will run on raspberry. I should use a wifi module attached on one of raspberry's usb. The user should log in with password on the webpage wirelessly and see the data. I will also use tempareture sensor that raspberry should read the data. Can this be done? What OS to install on raspberry that will help me? I think of installing raspbian and write code in python. Or it is better to install Windows and write the code on C#?

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    Re: login to a webpage running in raspberry through wifi

    I would appreciate If you could tell me from where to start!
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    Re: login to a webpage running in raspberry through wifi

    hey, how are you going with your project? did you already decided how to do it?

    if not, I suggest you to use raspbian and python, you can make a small web server with python FLASK and combine with GPIO or python SERIAL to read your sensor in the same program (to avoid threading if you're a beginner)

    another alternative is use node.js and express to make your web server (but how are you going to read the sensor?) I think I have seen wiringpi examples in node. if you don't know node.js maybe you can check node-red which is a graphical interface (and I think last versions of raspbian comes with node-red pre-installed)
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