Published this before but without an installer and it wasn’t really polished.
This version is much better.
This will provide you with a timelapse/history webinterface for dump1090-fa.
Reachable at your RPi address:
This uses a small bash script to regularly copy the current aircraft.json.
Over time it creates an independent history of aircraft positions and data in memory.
This history is saved compressed to conserve memory and bandwidth for the accessing browser.
The data is overwritten after 24 hours.
(Can be changed, depending on browser this might already be stretching it)
sudo bash -c "$(wget -q -O - https://raw.githubusercontent.com/wiedehopf/timelapse1090/master/install.sh)"
In the top right you can find buttons to change the playback speed or jump forwards/backwards.
After installation, reboot, or changing the settings it will not have saved any data, this is normal, just wait a bit.
Some rudimentary configuration via configuration file:
After changing settings, restart timelapse1090:
sudo systemctl restart timelapse1090