Posts for the month: mar_2017
Here's my Pi Zero that runs Apache, Grav CMS, and various other webby type stuff. It serves this blog site internally and acts as a general playground for me to mess about with a web server.
One of my first attempts to use the PiGlow was to give some indication of the state of a headless Pi Zero as it started up and sorted out its server processes.
There are many things to consider when you have a webapp that dynamically generates reports and that generation takes a while. This article is about giving the user some feedback that their report is being processed and hiding that message once the report has completely downloaded.
This is a followup to the article Gracefully handling inherently slow webapp actions
How to use Jmeter to test websites behind RSA SecurID tokens, by requesting the token at the start of a test suite.