I have tried looking through some tutorials, but I can't find one that puts ALL the pieces together for what I am trying to accomplish, and explaining it in a crystal clear way for a noob. Here's what I'd like to do:
I want to have a raspberry pi 3 with a camera attached interfacing with some kind of web server that I can access across the internet. I want to be able to see the camera feed (of my house) from my phone or a hotel WiFi when I'm traveling in another state and such. Frame rate is not super important, I would be happy getting even 1 frame per second. It would be nice to have a little bit of security like a password login or something, but that's optional.
I have never done any kind of web services that are live to the internet, and I'm not sure what hardware/services I need to get. I'm assuming I have to pay for some web service to make it live, but again, I'm not sure. Do I need a more powerful PC running and interfacing with the RP3, or can the RP3 handle everything?
The tutorials I have found seem to list the steps to get a web server on a LAN, or the details on how to get it live were a bit underexplained.