Once you have set-up a web server like Apache or nginx running on the Raspberry Pi it is time to create a website. From here there a several options: A CMS that relies on a database, some purely manual crafted pages or a static pages generated by a script. I chose the latter for some reasons. Static sites have a lot of advantages: no database to slow requests down offer greater security, as they do not contain dynamic content, so are immune to the most common attacks flat, text files, makes them ideal to be used with version control systems, such as Git low footprint on the server as serving raw html files But there also some limitations:

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Christian Stade-Schuldt

Data Engineer @ HERE IoT innovation lab| Full-time geek | Cyclist | Learning from data

Data Engineer @ HERE

Berlin, Germany