Maybe this could be another solution. But it still needs ‘REMOTE HOST’ server. anyway, I have a NAS in my house, so I could use this.
I agree about the space but if you have a decent sdcard, like 32gb you can store plenty of photo’s and change them once in a while. I have set up a shared directory with samba to the photo directory directly. I just put my photo’s in here and restart the pi.
Yes. It could be so.
Would be nice if google photo’s introduces an api, I use it for photo backup at the moment.
We both agree this could be the ultimate final solution.
Anyway, last weekends, I tried to test Dropbox API. I think I can make Dropbox Wallpaper module in a few days. But that could be for just a shallow nitch purpose. Usually, using local storage is the better way. However, for my family and @nobita, It could be alternates. I’ll leave mention about that in my module.
@bthuilot It’s no big deal. I honestly don’t know if the issue I was having was the same for anyone else. Just glad I was able to find a workaround so that I could use your module. Thank you for the work!
Hi! Hm… Looks like the SiriusMX information is not coming out in JSON format correctly from the SonosAPI.
I think you may have to contact Jimmi about this. Open an issue here: https://github.com/jishi/node-sonos-http-api/issues and describe your problem. As soon as the “output” is in correct JSON format, it should be working. Usually hes quick in fixing things. :)
hello can you help me with your experience? im thinking to use this but have my own content play from my Pi-nas and even though it sounds overkill would making my own intranet possibly with another Pi, be okay in such like module? i understand pc workings but still unsure with linux and mm workings to allow suchlikes or as another suggested just use iframe? thank you