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Python3: Browser tests on a Raspberry Pi with Firefox, Virtualdisplay, Selenium and PyTest

A way to increase maintainability of complex websites are browsertests for automatically simulating and validating user interactions. It’s entirely possible to run browser tests solely on a Raspberry Pi with Firefox, Selenium and PyTest. With Virtualdisplay, not even a display for the Raspberry Pi is required (headless). Continue Reading

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Running a WordPress blog locally on a Raspberry Pi with WP-Duplicator

WordPress can do a lot, but requires attention. For a live blog, it’s best to test larger changes (like a WordPress update) on a local version. That’s quite simple with a Raspberry Pi and the WordPress tool Duplicator, which creates a compressed version of the blog. If the changes were sucessfull locally, they can be applied to the live version. For running the website on a Raspberry Pi, it requires the Apache server, PHP, MySQL, PhpMyAdmin and maybe FTP. Continue Reading