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HC3 QuickApps coding - tips and tricks


jgab

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6 minutes ago, jgab said:

but Fibaro will fix that soon - just hold your breath ? ...and when you wake up it will work :-) 

 

 

breaking news, tomorrow app update ?

 

 

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1 hour ago, jgab said:

I don't fully understand this sentence

"...but test Toggle HC2 device (switch) from HC3 test blockscene delivers the next on HC3Proxy on HC2 (and no toggle of the [email protected] device)"

Can you elaborate?

A test blockscene on HC3 tries to toggle a binary switch on HC2. No success in toggling. On HC2-scene HC3Proxy the next debug output is to be seen:

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15 hours ago, jgab said:

 

Just to recap:

You have a double switch today that is visible as two binary switches in the UI.

One of those switches control a light bulb that can dim depending on the number of  clicks.

Correct?

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You can't "attach" a childDevice to an existing z-wave device. A child device needs a QA that runs the code and creates the child devices. We can't add Lua code to z-wave device.

Why would you like it to be a child device? You want them to group together in the Web UI? (child devices are listed directly below the "mother QA"  that creates them)

What you maybe could do is to create a regular multilevelSwitch QA (on, off, dim level) that takes the input from the binary switch (on, off) and add a slider for the "dim" value. Then hide the z-wave binary switch. Can you control the dim-value by sending rapid turnOn/turnOff commands to the bulb?

 

 

 

Thank you for your quick response. 

Your recap is Correct, and also your adoption.


But not only that, if it is a separate QA, it has no direct link to his parent (the double switch).  
And therefore it does not know the status of the double switch. 

 

The QA as standalone works the way it should.
Only I bumped into a Bug, When calling the updateProperty twice in a row. Than the property does not update. 
A timer of at least (Sleep( 200)) solved this problem. But it asks for an extra variable.

 

It also looks great in the iPhone app..(if that was one of the questions ;)

 

If the code needs an other way of doing things, please let me know...

 

For those who have the same light bulp, here is my code..

First add a variable deviceID, with the ID of the parent device..

 

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KlickDimmer is the QD, in the mobileApp.

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1 hour ago, jgab said:

Have you done all the configurations?

Have you set the HC3 IP/user/password variables in the HC2 scene?

Have you set the HC2 IP/user/password variables in the HC3 QA? (and setup the table with the devices)

Yes I have configured all you mentioned.

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  • 2 hours ago, Rover said:

    Yes I have configured all you mentioned.

    Ok, the code is from February 23rd... I used it for a few months and it worked well for me but I moved all to the HC3 now.

    I will make an effort to go through the code and update it with the latest know-how (using child devices) - give me a day or two...

     

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  • 12 hours ago, Rover said:

    Yes I have configured all you mentioned.

     

    Ok, can you try this QA and HC2 scene?

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    Don't forget to add the devices that should trigger in the HC2 scene header.

    I'm not really using the HC2 anymore so if you try this and find error let me know so we can work together to fix it. Thanks /J

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    Hi @jgab,

    You are a genius ?

    It works!

    Just toggle of a HC2 binary switch behaves only as turnon, while turnoff reacts correct.

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  • 26 minutes ago, Rover said:

    Hi @jgab,

    You are a genius ?

    It works!

    Just toggle of a HC2 binary switch behaves only as turnon, while turnoff reacts correct.

    You call toggle in a block scene on the HC3?

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    Just now, jgab said:

    You call toggle in a block scene on the HC3?

    Yes.

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  • 9 minutes ago, Rover said:

    Yes.

    Try this - I spotted a bug..

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  • 12 minutes ago, jgab said:

    Try this - I spotted a bug..

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    I guess there are room for improvements..

    Is there a need to sync global variables between HC2 and HC3?

    Device interfaces like battery and power status?

    Other types of devices then the basics...?

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  • 16 hours ago, NLWaard said:

    But not only that, if it is a separate QA, it has no direct link to his parent (the double switch).  
    And therefore it does not know the status of the double switch. 

    You could run a loop in the QA that polls the double switch (or the switch id that you are concerned of)

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    1 hour ago, jgab said:

    You could run a loop in the QA that polls the double switch (or the switch id that you are concerned of)

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    There you have a point.

     

    But I try to avoid as many loops as possible in my code.

    I think, thise loops made my HC2 to slow.

    I hope the HC3 will be able to deal with that better...


    Anyway, thank you very much for highlighting it, and helping me.

    It helped me a lot..

     

    gr. Mike

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  • 39 minutes ago, NLWaard said:

    There you have a point.

     

    But I try to avoid as many loops as possible in my code.

    I think, thise loops made my HC2 to slow.

    I hope the HC3 will be able to deal with that better...


    Anyway, thank you very much for highlighting it, and helping me.

    It helped me a lot..

     

    gr. Mike

     

    Yes, always be careful what you spend CPU time on.

    However, a getValue takes ~1.3ms, if you check that once every second it's 0.13%

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    Jan,

    I need your advice in relation with arming my complex.

    Try to solve the errors? there for I need your expertise

    or

    Try to do as you posted last for HC3

    I am now able to test the arming because I have in all four parts of the complex some devices connected to HC3.

    The real arm is still in HC2 to have enough time to get it working in HC3.

    Please your valuable advice what to do.

    //Sjakie

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  • 6 minutes ago, Sjakie said:

    Jan,

    I need your advice in relation with arming my complex.

    Try to solve the errors? there for I need your expertise

    or

    Try to do as you posted last for HC3

    I am now able to test the arming because I have in all four parts of the complex some devices connected to HC3.

    The real arm is still in HC2 to have enough time to get it working in HC3.

    Please your valuable advice what to do.

    //Sjakie

     

    So, what are your errors?

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    It's a mix of standard Lua functions and Fibaro add-ons.

    It's also an attempt to write something about what they can be used for and what they do beyond what's in the standard documentation.

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    Fibaro. Set to the current QuickApp instance (e.g 'self'). Only valid after we exit self:onInit()


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    Fibaro. Schedule a function to run after <ms> milli seconds. Equivalent of setTimeout(fun,ms). 
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    8 hours ago, jgab said:

    I guess there are room for improvements..

    Is there a need to sync global variables between HC2 and HC3?

    Device interfaces like battery and power status?

    Other types of devices then the basics...?

    Syncing global variables: no need because the aim of sharing devices is to facilitate a smooth migration from HC2 to HC3. Then the global variables are created in HC3 in order to use in HC3 scenes and QA's.

    Device interfaces like battery and power status?: yes, because all attributes of HC2 devices are useful in HC3.

    Other types of devices then the basics...?: Yes I have a Danalock lock device and a Nest thermostat.

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    22 hours ago, jgab said:
    23 hours ago, jgab said:

    Try this - I spotted a bug..

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    I deleted the old HC2Proxy QA and installed this one. Problem is that all HC2 device ID's have been changed. Is there a way to avoid this?

    Parameter HC2ID was nil in the previous QA but has an number in this version. Do I have to fill this value, if yes by what?

    The test blockscene with toggle binary switch still can only turnOnn.

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