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Screenly OSE 0.10 is out
Screenly OSE 0.10 is out

Screenly OSE 0.10 “Night Train” is out We’re proud to announce Screenly OSE 0.10 (code name “Night Train”). The release includes a number of new features that we’ll go over in this brief post. Added support for live streams One...

How to automatically turn off and on your monitor from your Raspberry Pi
How to automatically turn off and on your monitor from your Raspberry Pi

A common question we’ve come across when working on Screenly is how to do power management on the display. When we first started out, we thought this would be a trivial matter to solve. It turned out to be anything...

Screenly OSE is now in NOOBS
Screenly OSE is now in NOOBS

Some time ago the Raspberry Pi Foundation introduced NOOBS to simplify the installation of operating systems onto the Raspberry Pi. For those not familiar with NOOBS, it’s an installation tool for the Raspberry Pi that allows you to install one...

How to control Screenly OSE with gestures using the Flick
How to control Screenly OSE with gestures using the Flick

Last week our friends over at Pi Supply launched a cool new product called Flick. In short, it’s a HAT (i.e. add-on board) for the Raspberry Pi that enables you to use gestures to control the Raspberry Pi. A pi-topCEED...

How to add a physical button to Screenly OSE using Node-RED
How to add a physical button to Screenly OSE using Node-RED

tl;dr: We’re going to connect a physical button to a Raspberry Pi that that makes Screenly OSE skip to the next asset using Node-RED. Adafruit push button that can be bought at from ModMyPi The last few years have been...

Screenly OSE 0.9.1 is out
Screenly OSE 0.9.1 is out

We’re excited to announce that Screenly OSE 0.9.1 now is out. The release includes everything from Sprint 1 (codename It’s so Easy), which in turn includes a number of bug fixes and improved tests (to minimize the chance of future...