Idea for Temperature Monitoring App
I'm keen to see the temperature to monitor an environment at a quick glance.
How about an app that has a badge on it. Much like the iOS Messages and Mail apps that have a badge number displaying how many unread messages there are in the app.
The Twine Temperature app could have a badge that is a live view of the current temperature of your Twine. No need to ever go into the app.
If you did go into the app perhaps it could allow you to select which Twine you're monitoring should you have more than one.
Just an idea. As I don't have any of the abilities to make that happen.
doesn't do anything with the script, it only reports the temperature to
the Supermechanical.com site. The script is run via a cron job and scrapes the twine's status and
then uploads the information to the Thingspeak.com channel you setup.
Using the trigger mechanism of the apps, Thingspeak.com takes care of
the sending the temp notifications via airgramapp.
twine id is that large string that appears in the URL of your browser
when you visit twine.supermechanical.com and select your twine. (It
would show up where <twineID> is in the below URL).
Will try again.
Stacy, what rule do you have set specifically. For the Twine to trigger the HTTP request of the .sh script?
I'm struggling to get my Twine to want to apply a rule for any more than 1 instance and that is when it's powered on.
I now have it USB powered with no batteries to be constant with your tweaked code.
See here for info:
anybody got a clue how to adapt the above script?