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Danielos

Showing status variable in the iOS App

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Hi all,

 

I have a global variable with the presence status. Now, I want to show this status in the fibaro ios app. Are there any ideas how I could realize that? 


Thank you very much!

 

Dan

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Hi Dan,

 

I made a VD with some buttons to change the global variable.

 

example: 

fibaro:setGlobal("Aanwezig", "Aanwezig");

 

Then upload an image for each variable value and put the Lua code below in main loop.

Adjust the numbers to the id of the representing image.

In my example the variable = Aanwezig

This variable has four posible values: Aanwezig, Afwezig, NietStoren or Vakantie.

If the variable can't be identified then it will be Ongebekend.

 

local iconAanwezig       = 1092;
local iconAfwezig          = 1093;
local iconOnbekend      = 1102;
local iconVakantie         = 1091;
local iconNietStoren      = 1136;

 

vDeviceID = fibaro:getSelfId()

 

  if fibaro:getGlobalValue("Aanwezig") == "Aanwezig" then
  fibaro:call(vDeviceID, "setProperty", "currentIcon", iconAanwezig)  
  else if fibaro:getGlobalValue("Aanwezig") == "Afwezig" then  
  fibaro:call(vDeviceID, "setProperty", "currentIcon", iconAfwezig);
  else if fibaro:getGlobalValue("Aanwezig") == "Vakantie" then  
  fibaro:call(vDeviceID, "setProperty", "currentIcon", iconVakantie);
  else if fibaro:getGlobalValue("Aanwezig") == "Niet storen" then  
  fibaro:call(vDeviceID, "setProperty", "currentIcon", iconNietStoren); 
  else fibaro:call(vDeviceID, "setProperty", "currentIcon", iconOnbekend);
end
end
end
  end

 

You can then Always recognise the velue of the variable by the image in the VD

 

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  • @Langedijk thank you very much for your answer. sounds interesting. And you can see the status in your iOS / Android Fibaro App, too?

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    Yes, you will find the coresponding image that you assign to thevariable in the top right corner of the VD on Android and iPhone app and on the web based interface.

     

    The VD is attached, just rename the viriable values and image ID to your needs.

     

     

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