I built this project a few months ago but never got around to documenting it until now. The idea for this project is to have an RGB light strip that can be turned on and off and have the colours changed from a phone app. It’s a simple idea with a relatively simple solution. While it is not fully supported, I think it is possible to get a Neopixel light strip working with a Raspberry Pi. But for this I used an Arduino Nano to operate the light strip and a Raspberry Pi to serve the website.
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