I'm hoping this is the right place to get some expert advice on putting an app together.
I have a Beaglebone Black (BBB, a credit card sized Linux platform) that collects bursts of sensor data. Even though I'm relatively new to Linux, I'm pretty comfortable with the data collection end of the application. But I want to give people nearby access to the data displayed as a line chart along with some additional calculations.
My current thinking is that I'll run a server on the BBB that users can browse to using a PC, tablet, or smart phone, that provides the display. This is where my experience comes up short and I need your help. What is the best way to get the graphs and other data to possibly 6-8 users while minimizing resource usage in the BBB?
Should I use Google's Chart Gallery, Bootstrap, or ??? I look forward to learning some new (to me) technology, but I need to get a working prototype together pretty quickly and don't want to wade through a month of mistakes. Can anyone weigh in on what options I have and what the tradeoffs are?