mark at webb-johnson.net
Sun Sep 15 14:57:01 HKT 2013
Been there, done that.
Except trying to talk to IFTTT is like trying to have a conversation with a black hole. But, the IFTT black hole at least avoids Hawkings paradox by ensuring that zero information ever leaves.
It would be fantastic to work with IFTTT, and I've written to them on countless occasions over the past few years, but zero replies (other than a boilerplate 'we are working on a SDK for third parties').
Maybe if everyone here goes to ifttt.com/platform and requests an OVMS channel?
On 15 Sep, 2013, at 4:55 AM, Nikki Gordon-Bloomfield <nikki at aminorjourney.com> wrote:
> Hi folks,
> Probably a little late to the party, but just discovered If This Then That -- IFTTT.com. It's a great way of linking together different APIs in a very clever, fluid way.
> You can apply to join up for the service. I wonder if an API for OVMS would be useful?
> You could, for example:
> •Email yourself when a certain SOC is met.
> •Set particular charge cycles/pre-conditiong cycles when the weather forecast is for predetermined conditions.
> •Set home automation when your car reaches the end of your street.
> The possibilities are pretty endless. Of course, we'd need to work with ifttt.com to build the appropriate links between OVMS and the service….
> https://ifttt.com/platform would be the first port of call.
> As I see it, the service would really expand the possibility of OVMS, without the need for extra hardware or necessarily even a knowledge of programming for the end user.
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