Learn how to control devices from PowerApps using Raspberry Pi

I have recently purchased a Raspberry Pi 4 to explore IoT with Microsoft 365 platform. The Raspberry Pi is a low-cost credit-card sized computer which can be connected to a monitor, keyboard, mouse and to Internet via Wi-Fi or ethernet port. In addition, the Raspberry Pi has a 40 pin GPIO (General Purpose I/O) connector for us to connect sensors (Input) and to control devices (Output) through…

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Learn how to control devices from PowerApps using Raspberry Pi

I have recently purchased a Raspberry Pi 4 to explore IoT with Microsoft 365 platform. The Raspberry Pi is a low-cost credit-card sized computer which can be connected to a monitor, keyboard, mouse and to Internet via Wi-Fi or ethernet port. In addition, the Raspberry Pi has a 40 pin GPIO (General Purpose I/O) connector…

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