Whenever I am working on a Python 3 project, I will always use a Python 3 virtual environment for running that project. Therefore, I tend to do the same when it comes to building Python 3 applications to run on a Raspberry Pi.
If you are looking to build Python 3 applications to run on your Pi, then you may find this article useful for you.
I welcome this move from Seeed Studio with open arms.
Since I live in Singapore, I will be able to shave hefty shipping costs getting the Pi Zero W from Seeed Studio instead of vendors from the west. If you are staying in countries that are nearer to Guangzhou, then the real cost of your Pi Zero W will be much closer to the 10 USD price tag.
But why buy the Raspberry Pi Zero W?
In case you are thinking of whether to trade 10-ish bucks for one, here are some reasons why you should have a look at the Raspberry Pi Zero W for your next Raspberry Pi project.
Since the inception of Let’s Encrypt, many webmasters had been able to deploy web applications that encrypt communication channels with browser-trusted certificates.
Most importantly, Let’s Encrypt provide all the magic for free.
Let’s Encrypt certificates are automatically issued by software participating in the ACME protocol. Therefore, we will need to run such a software on a Raspberry Pi web server for serving HTTPS with browser-trusted certificates.
Given that, let’s see how we can install Certbot on Raspbian Buster.