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air4vera -- LUUP version released
« on: September 06, 2009, 01:56:03 am »
I have updated my Adobe air UI so that it will read the LUUP config file from vera and also
the LUUP status file. I added a config option for the network timeout for 10,30,60 seconds
and fixed some other minor bugs.

You can download it here:
http://air4vera.wordpress.com/2009/09/05/version-2-03-luup-compliance/

You must change the file extension from .ppt to .air before installing it. Let me know
what you think.

thanks
Frank

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Re: air4vera -- LUUP version released
« Reply #1 on: September 07, 2009, 01:04:05 pm »
Fixed a couple of bugs with the sliders. Latest version 2.04. works with 1.0899 LUUP
version

http://air4vera.wordpress.com/

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Re: air4vera -- LUUP version released
« Reply #2 on: September 07, 2009, 03:50:19 pm »
I have tried it with 1.0.906.

Works fine. :-)

Does Adobe Air run on Windows CE?

It could be a nice program to control Vera from a PDA.

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Re: air4vera -- LUUP version released
« Reply #3 on: September 07, 2009, 03:57:27 pm »
Works on 1.0.910
My ZWave Network: Too friggin big to list.....

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Re: air4vera -- LUUP version released
« Reply #4 on: September 07, 2009, 04:01:25 pm »
I don't think adobe air is supported on win ce. But Android has plans to support it which will make
this ideal for running on android platforms. As soon as they support it, I plan on testing it out.

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Re: air4vera -- LUUP version released
« Reply #5 on: September 09, 2009, 10:32:21 am »
Can this be run through findvera.com?

Thanks,
Brian
Controllers - Vera firmware 979 Dongle version 2.78 L:1, GE 45601 and 45608, HA07c, HA09c
Outlets/Switches - HA01c, (2) HA02c, (4) VRI06, (2) VRS15, HA04c (Not used yet) Sensor - HRDS1 Door/Window (garage door) Thermostat - WDTC-20 IP Camera - Linksys WVC54GCA

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Re: air4vera -- LUUP version released
« Reply #6 on: September 09, 2009, 01:32:59 pm »
I tried to get to the json config files via findvera.com and could not do it.
If anyone from MCV knows how I can do that, then there is no reason why
it would not work. The program needs to read two json files from vera, one
for config and one for status. It also needs to be able to send an http message
to turn things on and off.

Does anyone know if this would work via findvera.com and how to do it?

Of course another way to do it is the 'old' way. open port 49451 on your
firewall to allow access from outside and then post your ip address at
dyndns and that is it. Should work, but I have not tied it.

Another way is to use Yoics (www.yoics.com) to gain access to the desktop
of the pc running in your house from outside the network. Yoics uses VNC
for remote desktop connections. The PC on your home LAN could have
air4vera running and you can easily get to it via VNC and you can see what
is happening also. In fact you could use VNC to get to the vera html page
running on your home LAN also. I have talked to the guys at Yoics about
installing their agent on the vera server (its very easy to do) but they have
not had the time.

If findvera.com would work somehow. it would be great.

So, what did you think of air4vera? I recently added locks and will post that version
some time in the future.

Frank

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Re: air4vera -- LUUP version released
« Reply #7 on: September 09, 2009, 03:10:21 pm »
Frank,

I just installed it, but I'm at work and not on my local network.  I'll run later tonight.

Brian
Controllers - Vera firmware 979 Dongle version 2.78 L:1, GE 45601 and 45608, HA07c, HA09c
Outlets/Switches - HA01c, (2) HA02c, (4) VRI06, (2) VRS15, HA04c (Not used yet) Sensor - HRDS1 Door/Window (garage door) Thermostat - WDTC-20 IP Camera - Linksys WVC54GCA

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Re: air4vera -- LUUP version released
« Reply #8 on: September 09, 2009, 04:20:32 pm »
I tried to access from work using the parameters from the wiki page:
http://wiki.micasaverde.com/index.php/UI_Notes#The_HTTP_interface

Would be nice to be able to do it using findvera.com

Brian
Controllers - Vera firmware 979 Dongle version 2.78 L:1, GE 45601 and 45608, HA07c, HA09c
Outlets/Switches - HA01c, (2) HA02c, (4) VRI06, (2) VRS15, HA04c (Not used yet) Sensor - HRDS1 Door/Window (garage door) Thermostat - WDTC-20 IP Camera - Linksys WVC54GCA

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Re: air4vera -- LUUP version released
« Reply #9 on: September 09, 2009, 11:44:05 pm »
Ok, thanks for the pointer. I will have to add the findvera password to the url for config
and status and also for the on/off transactions. this will not be hard to do, but I wont have
time for a couple of weeks since I am headed out of town in the morning. I will post
a revised version when I get it working.

Frank

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Re: air4vera -- LUUP version released
« Reply #10 on: September 10, 2009, 10:33:07 am »
Tried it last night at home.  Worked great.  Very nicely done.

Brian
Controllers - Vera firmware 979 Dongle version 2.78 L:1, GE 45601 and 45608, HA07c, HA09c
Outlets/Switches - HA01c, (2) HA02c, (4) VRI06, (2) VRS15, HA04c (Not used yet) Sensor - HRDS1 Door/Window (garage door) Thermostat - WDTC-20 IP Camera - Linksys WVC54GCA

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Re: air4vera -- LUUP version released
« Reply #11 on: September 10, 2009, 12:43:04 pm »
Hey Frank, do you want to add your UI component to the list at:

    http://wiki.micasaverde.com/index.php/Luup_Projects

I'm looking to get all these things cataloged  into that page, and this one could go under a new "User Interfaces" category.

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Re: air4vera -- LUUP version released
« Reply #12 on: September 11, 2009, 11:15:20 am »
guessed,

I can list it there after it settles down a bit. I want to add the find vera feature and am currently
still tweaking the UI a bit. Will it be possible to post the application for download there? Its about
1.5Mbyte. Currently using a blog which is not the best place since I have to change file format to
.ppt and the user has to change it back to .air after downloading. I am not sure how many people have
tried it since the feedback has been rather sparse.
 
I am on the road right now, but will try to get it posted in a week or two. Thanks for the invitation
and suggestion.

Frank

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Re: air4vera -- LUUP version released
« Reply #13 on: September 11, 2009, 11:41:04 am »
Not sure what the storage limits are on MCV's Wiki area. 

For my Weather component, I'm using a http://box.net account, which was recommended to me by someone else on the forum (I think it was 325xi).


btw, I've tried Air4Vera, but it wasn't working for MotionSensor (SecuritySensor1) type devices, so I figured I'd wait until that bit was implemented.  I don't have many Scenes right now as I constantly rebuild my Vera as I develop my components.

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Re: air4vera -- LUUP version released
« Reply #14 on: September 12, 2009, 01:07:02 am »
I am not sure what you mean about not working with a security sensor. A security sensor would
be configured by the vera config interface for a scene to take advantage of an event. Air4vera
currently has nothing to do with that. At air4vera you can enable scenes with buttons or turn light
switches on or off. the security sensors are underneath all this and not visible to air4vera on
purpose.

How did you plan on using it??

Frank