Is it really necessary to deploy big platforms with lot of custom code and pay for only a few devices pushing data ? This project is about a mini IOT platform directly in Libreoffice Calc (spreadsheet) consuming data from a MQTT topic, without writing any code.
During two years, I ignored warnings and articles from users that explains how Microsoft delete their data or broke drivers configuration during update. During two years, I had a great working tool with my laptop under Windows 10. Last Friday, it went bad...
As a DevOps, I love dashboards for Jenkins, my Azure platform status or some custom figures about running softwares. In an openspace, it is usrfull to have big screens showing those dashboards. Let's build a solution with a raspberry pi and a small custom software to control it.
On some softwares you can have more than 500 shortcuts. The use of a large number of
shortcuts leading inevitably to their complexification and makes them hard to remember for
users especially for casual users.
What if your smartphone can directly drive your computer software through these shortcuts ?
As a developer, I often use special characters such as [ and ], #, |, ` or \. All those specials characters are written with the "ALT GR" key (named "AltCar") on my keyboard. For a # you need both your two hands because the "3" key is far away from "AltGR". The idea is to control this key using my right feet.