I want to make the local web view of dump1090-fa available to a broader audience. To reduce stress on the rpi and the internet connection and enabling SSL on the site (this is not possible for the rpi in my setup) on a different webspace.
Putting all the static files on there of course is no problem. Modifying the static files to reload the changing data from the rpi also works, but of course not with SSL enabled.
Therefore, I thought maybe the best idea is to also put the .json files, dump1090-fa creates onto the webspace. Mounting the corresponding webspace folder to the filesystem of the rpi is no problem, but then I don’t know how to move the .json files to the new mount point.
It has to go this way, as the options on the webspace are very limited. Installing dump1090-fa there e.g. is no option.
Does anybody have a solution for this problem or maybe even more clever idea for that problem.