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Learning Raspberry Pi

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Learn
  • Get to grips with the basics of Linux administration, along with the inner workings of Linux distributions
  • Develop a web interface that can be used to upload selected files and create playlists
  • Discover how to connect your Raspberry Pi to the real world using analog inputs
  • Build your own remote-controlled robot
  • Get to know about different image processing operations
  • Explore troubleshooting tips and tricks
  • Create your own Twitter-enabled Raspberry Pi camera
About

Raspberry Pi is one of the most popular development boards and a staple tool among developers because of its low cost and flexibility.

Learning Raspberry Pi is a practical tutorial, providing you with the skills required to design and build your own projects. By working through the examples and projects in the book, you will build up your knowledge of software and hardware development and be able to create projects of your own.

This book contains a set of tutorials and examples for commonly used technologies, accompanied by practical projects that bring the topics together. Each individual project that you become involved with allows you to develop an important set of skills, building up your confidence to tackle more advanced applications of your own.

Features
  • Learn how to create games, web, and desktop applications using the best features of the Raspberry Pi
  • Discover the powerful development tools that allow you to cross-compile your software and build your own Linux distribution for maximum performance
  • Step-by-step tutorials show you how to quickly develop real-world applications using the Raspberry Pi
Page Count 258
Course Length 7 hours 44 minutes
ISBN9781783982820
Date Of Publication 23 Apr 2015

Authors

Samarth Shah

Samarth Shah is a software engineer by profession and maker by heart. He leads maker activities at Pune Makers and heads Infosys Robotics Club. He loves building creative/innovative prototypes using the latest hardware/sensors (Raspberry Pi, Arduino, Kinect, Leap Motion, and many more) and software. He has given talks at various national and international conferences. He has authored a book on Raspberry Pi entitled Learning Raspberry Pi, Packt Publishing. During the day, he works on various data visualization techniques and UI frameworks. At night, he does blogging, reading, writing, and many more things. You can read more about him at http://samarthshah.com.