Social network monitor with Pygame on the Raspberry Pi

Richard “Average Man” Saville has built on Spencer Organ’s work on his PiTFT Internet Radio to create a “social network monitor”. He uses web-page scraping to get the data he needs (such as number of followers on Twitter, number of ‘likes’ on Facebook) and then displays it onto the PiTFT using Pygame. The work is completely documented as a tutorial and, as usual, he’s done a bang-up job on it. Read how to create your own Raspberry Pi social network monitor here.

1 comment for “Social network monitor with Pygame on the Raspberry Pi

  1. 4 May 2016 at 6:12 am

    Awesome! I don’t know anything about raspberry pi but this is great.

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