raspberry-wifi-conf - Raspberry Pi Node application which makes connecting to your home wifi easier

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When unable to connect to a wifi network, this service will turn the RPI into a wireless AP. This allows us to connect to it via a phone or other device and configure our home wifi network (for example). Once configured, it prompts the PI to reboot with the appropriate wifi credentials. If this process fails, it immediately re-enables the PI as an AP which can be configurable again.

https://github.com/sabhiram/raspberry-wifi-conf

Dependencies:

async : ^0.9.2
body-parser : ^1.18.2
ejs : ^2.5.9
express : ^4.16.3
underscore : ^1.9.0

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