Has anyone gotten a web browser to respond swiftly on a Raspberry Pi Zero W / Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W? I’m attempting to run local leaflet maps on my PI’s. They can currently host it, but I can’t get it to display on a web browser with a fast enough refresh rate to be functional. The goal is to host and display a leaflet map on a Raspberry Pi outside in the field with a TFT screen attached.
I have some additional boards to test and combine if the above is not possible which could perhaps be used as a driver board combined with the PI’s?
Raspberry Pi 4 Model B (Not ideal as it is bulky and trying to keep cost / power consumption down)
I did, but to be honest, I installed so many other apps on the Pi to testing that I believe they may have all influenced the results.
The CPUs appeared to be fine, and the RAM was high although not always fully utilised.
Wow, that is very cool! I have never seen that one before.
Some SBCs come with onboard eMMC (built into the board itself), so you can flash your OS onto something more performant/longer lasting than an SD card. I guess that is what I was referring to, although the key you linked looks like it would work better than an SD card without having to get a whole new device.
I had a website running on a low-resource SBC, first on an SD card which was very slow and laggy. I switched it over to a USB 3.0 flash drive at some point, but it didn’t seem to make much of an improvement–it was still pretty slow and laggy. For a while I just thought I was hitting the limit of the machine’s hardware, but at some point I bought a special SATA connector that works with the board and hooked up an SSD, and moved everything over onto that. The speed difference was night and day!