RaspAP

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Simple AP setup & WiFi management for the Raspberry Pi

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Andy Nunez

$20 USD since Mar 2020

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Nick Ivanov

$1 USD since Feb 2020

What's new with RaspAP

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Versions 2.3 and 2.3.1 released 🎉

Like many of you, dear backers, code contributors to RaspAP are in voluntary self-isolation or mandatory lockdown. While we share this burden, we equally find ourselves with the luxury of surplus time. What better use of this time than to invest our creative energies into open source? Our hope is that RaspAP, in a small way, might help facilitate remote work, make it easier for people to communicate or simply get by day-to-day. We've heard from users in Italy, China and elsewhere who are using RaspAP to share WiFi at home. As a financial backer, your support directly impacts our work to assist users around the world. Now, on to the release news...
Published on March 31, 2020 by billz

Mini PiTFT stats display

Want to display useful real-time stats for RaspAP? Maybe you're looking to get started in hardware add-ons for the Raspberry Pi? If the answer to either of these questions is "yes", check out our latest guide. Adafruit's Mini PiTFT is an affordable (and dare we say, awesome) 135x240 color TFT display that is ideally suited for this application. It comes pre-assembled and tested so it can simply be attached to the Pi's header pins. No soldering is required.
Published on March 12, 2020 by billz

New feature release: login with QR code

The latest update to RaspAP includes the ability to scan a QR code on mobile devices to instantly login to the AP. Simply scanning the code with your phone will transfer the SSID and passphrase, eliminating the need to enter these credentials on your device. Additionally, we've added a 'wizard' button to auto-generate a strong 63-character WPA passphrase for better AP security. The end result is a seamless, quick login experience for wireless clients and enhanced security. We call that a win-win.
Published on March 2, 2020 by billz

Conversations

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Dashboard redesign

Published on January 29, 2020 by billz

I've created this mockup as a starting point to rethink the existing dashboard. For comparison, here's what the

Budget

See how money openly circulates through RaspAP. All contributions and all expenses are published in our transparent public ledger. Learn who is donating, how much, where is that money going, submit expenses, get reimbursed and more!

Financial contribution to RaspAP

Andy Nunez | 3/30/2020 | View Details 
+$20.00USD

Financial contribution to RaspAP

Nick Ivanov | 2/25/2020 | View Details 
+$1.00USD
billz | 2/12/2020 | View Details 
-$17.88USD

Today’s balance

$17.69 USD

Estimated annual budget

~ $17.69 USD

RaspAP is all of us

Our contributors 3

Everyone who has supported RaspAP. Individuals and organizations that believe in –and take ownership of– our purpose.

billz
Collective Admin
Andy Nunez
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$20 USD

This is a great solution with a very responsive lead. Thanks for all your hard work.

Nick Ivanov
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$1 USD

About

RaspAP lets you quickly get a WiFi access point up and running to share the internet connectivity of a Raspberry Pi. The Quick Installer creates a known-good default configuration that "just works" with the built-in wireless of all WiFi-enabled Raspberry Pis. A handsome responsive interface gives you control over the relevant services and networking options. OpenVPN client support, security, themes and multilingual options round out the package. RaspAP has been featured on sites such as Instructables, Adafruit, Raspberry Pi Weekly and Awesome Raspberry Pi and implemented in countless projects.

We hope you enjoy using RaspAP as much as we do creating it!