Monitor a Website on the Raspberry Pi using Python @Raspberry_Pi #PiDay #RaspberryPi
Here’s a clever project that allows you to monitor a website with Python on Raspberry Pi. Here’s more from PiMyLifeUp:
Throughout this guide, we will show you how to program your own script to monitor a website. Using this knowledge, you should be able to expand the script to suit your specific needs.
If you would prefer not to learn how the code works, you can skip to the section titled “Running your Raspberry Pi Website Monitor Periodically“. However, you will need to set some details within the code for email notifications to work.
This project is perfect for a headless Raspberry Pi as it doesn’t require an interface to use it.
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