Use your iPad to Control your Raspberry Pi @Raspberry_Pi #piday #raspberrypi
Angela Wolff shows us, in a detailed yet easy to follow tutorial, how she controls her Raspberry Pi from her iPad, via whatapalaver:
After the frustrations of the first few days I am now coming on in leaps and bounds with the Raspberry Pi. Today I managed to set up my iPad so it can take control of the RPi. This means that the Raspberry Pi can be tucked away in corner, running headless while the iPad seizes control so I can make use of its keypad and monitor.
This means that I can now log on to RPi from anywhere that I have internet access – my main desire for doing this is so that I can run python and start learning to program from the mobile convenience of my iPad.
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