its not so pretty straight forward and i have not found a way to do this yet.
on the raspberry side i guess you would need to write a wrapper that prepares for example a network string you send to displayable pixel data. the above mentioned library has two wrappers for that in c# and python.
if you do not need to use exactly this matrix, there are options avaliable that use leds with the ws2812 controller, that are probably a bit more out of the box friendly.
for example that one: https://www.amazon.de/BTF-LIGHTING-insgesamt-adressierbar-Traumfarbe-Beleuchtung/dp/B075T7GQRP
you can use the teensy and octows to drive that pixels.
if you however need to use exactly that matrix, this is what i would do, assuming you are familiar with python:
- get a raspberry and a led matrix shield
- use the above mentioned library and figure out the correct settings for the matrix
- write a small wraper in python that accepts text over network (zmq/tcp/udp/mqtt), and pushes that text to the led matrix
- set the raspberry to autorun the script
the basic code for that is here: https://github.com/hzeller/rpi-rgb-led-matrix/blob/master/bindings/python/samples/runtext.py
the goto address for zmq is here: https://zeromq.org/languages/python/
hope that helps you.