This this the last in a series of posts on adding functionality to a baby monitor. Todays posts involves getting the raspberry pi to measure ambient temperature and and display it on a web page.
I must have ready every post in existence on how to set this up but all the posts in the world wont help you with bad soldering which is what appears to be my problem in the end so I will document the solder free method that I used an worked first time when I tried it.
The post that helped me the most once I had the sensor working was this blog and the info below is mostly based on that blog (so thank you to fetchitnowuk). However, i suggest you use his post or mine as they do things slightly differently.
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