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Alex Hill

@g7kse
  • satnogs

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    Made with Python

    A little script to query the satnogs api and return the next observation

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  • SatNOGS Javascript

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    Made with HTML, CSS, JS

    a Javascript version of the SatNOGS GET request

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g7kse
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SOTA
SOTAConnects to the Summits on the Air alerts and spots and returns local data
g7kse
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3 years ago
I've set myself a bit of a goal. To develop a web page that shows off the data from my satellite ground stations. So far I've had a go at getting info
hyperupcall
hyperupcall
i personally would build the interface using the web platform as a tool. nowadays, the web has pretty nice tools for fetching data with javascript and and arranging your data with css. it doesn't have any built in functionality for displaying charts and graphs, but there exists good, popular libraries for that kind of stuff so i guess i would break down the problem into three steps fetching data arranging data displaying data fetching data as for fetching data, i think your choice of the fetc3 years ago
eco27
eco27
javascript is good at making basic HTTP requests and also it is undoubtably the best way to make graphic displays and have a GUI because of its ability to control HTML. Making colored displays is all about using HTML, and I there are a lot of great HTML tutorials that can be found online HTML stuff: https://www.w3schools.com/html/default.asp (w3schools is great) https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTML (MDN is also cool) more on fetch here - https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/3 years ago
g7kse
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3 years ago
I think I've got myself in a muddle with something I thought would be fairly simple. I am trying to return the name and status of a ground station fr
SatNOGS Javascript
HTML, CSS, JS
MunnaKabir
MunnaKabir
nks for sharing the article, and more importantly, your personal experience mindfully using our emotions as data about our inner state and knowing when it’s better to de-escalate by taking a time out are great tools. App https://shareit.onl/ reciate you reading and sharing your story since I can certainly relate and I think others can to 9 months ago
eco27
eco27
for XMLHttprequests, use req.onload to get when the request is done and use req.responseText or req.response to get the result example: let req = new XMLHttpRequest() req.open("GET", url) req.send() req.onload = function() { console.log(req.responseText) } `3 years ago
g7kse
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4 years ago
I have not been able to complete a little project of mine that makes use of an API. I'm stuck on sorting out the time and date. I keep leaving it and
ash15khng
ash15khng
So, you are trying to link up a satellite "detector" to repl.it? I don't think it would work, try it on your computer instead.4 years ago
g7kse
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4 years ago
Another cheapo piece of code pinched form elsewhere that sort of works. Deployed on a RPi with a 20x4 i2c LCD. It sort of works but I could do with an
g7kse
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4 years ago
My little project is a bit of fun that will be put onto an old Raspberry Pi B board. It is a python script which dishes out a meaningless buzzword whe
g7kse
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4 years ago
This is my first stab at coding so it might be a bit fuzzy. I have started with a little challenge to display the next satelite observation that is sc
TrevorBarron
TrevorBarron
nice project to take on... line 23... should it be this? tx_name= tx (open square bracket) 'description' (close square bracket) can you explain a bit more about this satnog database... where is the pass data being calculated? how does that calculation know your lat/long? and where does it get the TLE for the particular satellite? 4 years ago