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  1. Dear all, Pls help me for situation. I'm try to intergate Sensibo (Smart IR for Air Conditioner), But I got the problem when connect via Fibaro Virtual Device as: 1. With Web Browser it work. https://home.sensibo.com/api/v2/users/me/pods?fields=*&apiKey=O7LHDg0TID80NUyY0xqaqlGGlycqfg 2. But I don't how to it work in FIBARO Virtual Device, I tried but it error? local http = Net.FHttp("home.sensibo.com",80); ---------------------------------------- local Command = '/api/v2/users/me/pods?fields=*&apiKey=O7LHDg0TID80NUyY0xqaqlGGlycqfg'; response ,status, errorCode = http:GET(Command); fibaro:debug(response); fibaro:debug(status); fibaro:debug(errorCode); => Error: [DEBUG] 18:46:21: 403 Forbidden nginx
  2. FIbaro really needs to get with the picture and play catch up with modern technology of 2017. To allow for a more fluid integration with other third party services, like; google home, alexa, IFTTT, homee, etc. the Ha bridge was the only true 'natural speech" technology that felt natural without having to "request or tell __ to increase the volume, etc. before it simply worked very well, once set up correctly. hey google/alexa turn on the living room light. now im stuck with an extra step of "asking" google home/alexa to tell fibaro to do something. pretty stupid if you ask me. this is not home automation. this "half assed integration. IFTTT first solved this by being able to link alexa/google home to make it feel more natural by saying "hey google/alexa, turn on the hall light." stop twiddling your thumbs and get with the picture and start getting serious. your facebook page is nice, but it does nothing for your existing customers that already own your system. with each day of in-action, you risk losing them to other controllers that "actually" do listen to their users and add their requests.
  3. I want to be able to either : send a http request when a switch is pushed - in order to send a command to a GCE IPX800 relay or 'push'a virtual device to send the request when a switch is pushed. I can send a LUA command to the IPX800 and it works. I did not find how to do the same when a switch is pushed. I need to do that because the switches are not directly connect to the lights, ... Thanks a lot for your help. Pierre
  4. Hi, I am looking for help in decode a http success message If I issue the following through a browser it works.... http://192.168.1.89:5005/bed5_office/say/Hello/Amy/30 and the response in the browser is {"status":"success"} now, if I run this in a scene http = net.HTTPClient({ timeout = 3000 }) url = 'http://192.168.1.89:5005/bed5_office/say/Hello/Amy/30' controlHeaders = {['content-type'] = 'application/json; charset=utf-8'} http:request(url, { options = { headers = controlHeaders, method = 'GET', }, success = function(param) if param.status == 200 then print('Success STATUS: ', param.status) print('Param Data: ', param.data) else print('STATUS: ', param.status) end end, }) It also works but I cannot find way to display the success message ( I want to trigger another action if not successful) I tried removing the " ==200 " if-then loop as I can't see any 200 or 201 result. Could somebody explain what the success = function(param) is doing and I may be able to figure out why I may not be seeing the success message Thanks -f
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