In the past months, I’ve published a mini-series about dashboards. In the first article titled “Creating a Battery viz Using Node.js: Getting Started and Server”, I’ve shown how to create a Node.js server that checked the battery status on a laptop and returned a few useful information. In the second one, whose title was “Creating a Battery viz Using Node.js: Client”, I’ve explained how to build a Web application to visualize those information in a nicer and user-friendly way.
In this article, we’re going to build on that dashboard and add information about available WI-FI networks. A list of the available networks will be shown with a summary of the most relevant details (name, address, protected vs. open, and so on) and upon selection, further details of the network will appear in another panel.
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