Category Archives: PHP

PHP is a server-side scripting language designed for web development but also used as a general-purpose programming language. PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor

Earthquake Monitor v2.0.1 released

Dear readers, 2 weeks ago I have released v2.0.0 of the earthquake monitor. A lot has changed in this release. Today v2.0.1 is released with some little bug fixes! Added a new variable {tsunami}. When enabled in menu and added … Continue reading

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Plugwise DIY monitoring PHP

I bought myself a Plugwise system. The reason for this is that I can monitor my total power-usage, but I cannot see the details. I.e. : What is my refrigerator using? What is the freezer using? I can only see … Continue reading

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Earthquakemonitor Widget v1.6 released

Hi everyone,   Today Earthquake monitor widget v.1.6 has been released.

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DIY monitor for Smartmeter

It has been a while since my last post. But I have been working on something I waited for so long. I have a real smart-meter (instead of my previous Iskra ME162  digital meter that has no I/O ports that … Continue reading

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PHP Solarpanel monitoring via Rasperry PI

As promised some time ago here is the post explaining how I use my Raspberry PI to monitor my SolarPanel Output. I use PHP for this mather. When I bought my solar panels back in november 2012, I knew that … Continue reading

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Earthquake Monitor V1.5 released

After a long silence (sorry for that) V1.5 of the wordpress Earthquake monitor is released. Some code changes are done to be compliant with the U.S. Geological Surveys data feed. Please check it out if you want it. Feel free … Continue reading

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