WordPress is a great system because it is extendible by using plugins. However, the search function within WordPress and their website is very annoying, since you can’t order your search results by plugin rating or most installed, so even if… Continue reading →
As I’ve been messing about with coding some apps to interact with APIs I’ve found myself needing to look at the raw JSON output a fair few times, to try and understand what the format of the data is and… Continue reading →
There’s a previous AndyPi article on accessing the TfL (Transport for London) bus API using python, and displaying the result on an LCD. Although its a fun project, almost everything these days ends up having a web browser as the… Continue reading →
Established in 2013, AndyPi began selling Raspberry Pi hardware accessories complete with instructions and examples on this site, and even getting an article published in the official MagPi magazine in December 2013.