I'm hoping to use an Arduino to monitor the temperature of my beer during fermentation. I'd like to have a temp and humidity sensor that measures the ambient air of the room my beer is fermenting in (I'm thinking something along the lines of https://www.adafruit.com/product/385). I'd also like to have a sensor attached to the side of my carboy during fermentation (I'm thinking something like this https://www.adafruit.com/product/642).
I've found some good tutorials about using Arduino for data acquisition and displaying data. My goal is to make this data available remotely to view in real time. I've written code before for processing test data (mostly Matlab and Mathcad), but I've never had to set anything up to broadcast live data. I'm not sure if this will be over my head. Does anyone know a good tutorial or pre-made software/script? All the posts I've seen seem to be directed toward broadcasting using radio frequency or are too technical for me to follow. The Arduino and sensors will be located in my house with with access to wifi. I would like to avoid connecting the Arduino to a laptop, if possible.
Any nudge in the right direction would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!