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Trying to get data from webpage


storskogen
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Hello

 

Im trying to collect data from my WEMOS D1 that read´s the temperature of my fridge and freezer.

I have a simple webpage showing the temperature of the devices but can´t figure out how to read the data and use it to update a QA label

I think I should be able to somehow just get the data of the three float tempSensor1, 2 and 3?

 

What the HTML page look like:

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Webbserver part of the arduino code:

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Parsing html is bad practice 

please response as JSON not html

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Firstly I will say that it's good you are measuring your fridge temperature, for food safety reasons it should be below 4C.

 

If you are able to update the arduino code, have a look at these posts, they both use the home centre API to exchange information.  Post back your results!

 

 

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Assume that you get the data in a net.HTTCLient():request...

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