It's not all about the stats, right? Well, in YouTube land, maybe it is sometimes! If you're a little bit obsessed with tracking your stats, read on!

This PyPortal YouTube Views and Subscribers Display runs on CircuitPython and uses the Google APIs to grab JSON data and display your view count and subscriber count. And it does so through the thin air with its on-board WiFi ESP32 co-processor.

The text is displayed on top of a custom background graphic and mounted to a 3D printed stand with a matching retro-style red bezel!

Plus, you'll hear a satisfying "ba-ding!" each time you gain a new subscriber.


Front view of a Adafruit PyPortal - CircuitPython Powered Internet Display with a pyportal logo image on the display.
PyPortal, our easy-to-use IoT device that allows you to create all the things for the “Internet of Things” in minutes. Make custom touch screen interface...
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USB cable - USB A to Micro-B - 3 foot long
This here is your standard A to micro-B USB cable, for USB 1.1 or 2.0. Perfect for connecting a PC to your Metro, Feather, Raspberry Pi or other dev-board or...
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You may want to create the optional, stylish mounting stand for your PyPortal. For this you'll need:

If you don't have access to a 3D printer you can optionally use an online service such as 3D Hubs to have it printed for you on demand.

White Nylon Screw and Stand-off Set with M2.5 Threads, kit box
Totaling 420 pieces, this White Nylon M2.5 Screw Set is a must-have smörgåsbord for your workstation. You'll have more than enough...
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This guide was first published on Mar 15, 2019. It was last updated on Feb 29, 2024.

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