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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
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
This release includes a complete redesign of the Dashboard, support for 802.11ac 5GHz access points and several bug fixes. More info is available on the v2.2 release page.
Published on February 11, 2020 by billz
The new dashboard pull request was merged today 🎉 What's changed? Quite a lot, actually. It's designed to give you, the AP operator, the most relevant information at a glance. Hourly traffic stats are displayed up top with Chart.js. This replaces the textual stats widget that's been part of RaspAP since v1.0. Below this you'll find wireless client connectivity details with a Chart.js link quality meter and connected device info. A new Status widget appears above the left navigation with LED-style indicators. The goal is to make it more visual, easier to use and, dare we say it, attractive.
Published on February 3, 2020 by billz