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Visit our online demo box to try TaliaBee.
- Raspberry Pi 3 Model B
- MedIOEx Controller Card
- MedIOEx Switched-Mode Power Adaptor
- Raspbian GNU/Linux (fresh installed recommended)
TaliaBee supports Raspbian Buster. First, install Raspbian GNU/Linux. Then login as
pi user and run the following commands:
wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/beyaznet/TaliaBee/master/installer/install.sh sudo bash install.sh
TaliaBee is ready to go now.
Web user interface
TaliaBee provides an easy-to-use, mobile-friendly web user interface.
Please see the GUI documentation for common usages.
Application programming interface
TaliaBee provides an API for developers. The developers can monitor and control TaliaBee's I/O through API using their favorite programming languages. Therefore, you don't need to know a specific programming language to use TaliaBee. You can communicate through API even without writing any code.
curl to set the relay output #14
curl -s "http://127.0.0.1/api/ro/14/set"
Please see the API documentation for common usages.
TaliaBee provides a Python interface for Pythonistas too. Python TaliaBeeIO Module can be used to monitor and to control the I/O pins of the TaliaBee box through API.
>>> from taliabeeio import TaliaBeeIO >>> io = TaliaBeeIO() >>> >>> # read from the analog input 3 >>> print(io.ai3) 0 >>> # write to the analog output 4 >>> io.ao4 = 250 >>> >>> # set the relay output 13 >>> io.ro13 = True >>> >>> # read the temperature >>> print(io.temperature) 37.125
Please see Python TaliaBeeIO Module project page for common usages.