Deploy a digital signage application on a Raspberry Pi using Screenly Open Source Edition and resin.io.
Screenly is the most popular digital signage platform for the Raspberry Pi. It powers more than 10,000 screens around the world for all kind of use cases, ranging from advertising in retail stores and public spaces, to dashboards on office walls, to screens in elevators.
In this tutorial, we will cover how to run Screenly Open Source Edition (OSE) on resin.io. Running Screenly OSE with resin.io enables you to remotely manage and update your Screenly OSE installation(s).
At the end of this tutorial, you will be able access both the device and web interface remotely through resin.io. This will also allow you to remotely update the application running on your device.
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