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Offline melih

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Re: MIOS Acquisition
« Reply #15 on: August 18, 2018, 01:49:13 pm »
I was half way through writing what is effectively rigpapa's post (except he said it better.) And, melih, rigpapa is one of the top contributors of solid, well-designed plug-ins that have gone a long way towards making Vera useful. Give him, amg0,  akboor, and so many other terrific contributors a rock-solid platform and development environment and watch Vera soar!

That is exactly what we want to provide, a platform! Between the cloud and backend of Vera/Mios , amazing controller capabilities of Ezlo and (some more capabilities that I can't yet reveal as they are not launched) our developer ecosystem is going to be buzzing with Innovation! And I want to reduce the cost of home automation!!!!! I find it too expensive to expect someone to pay $100 for a controller!!... $20 is a fair price for now (did that https://ezlo.com/projects-solutions/ezlo-atom/ )...(i am working on bringing it to under $5...but will take me time)... This way our developers will have a huge ecosystem to provide their creations to.

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Re: MIOS Acquisition
« Reply #16 on: August 18, 2018, 01:50:30 pm »
I agree with what others said.

I had to put a mini pc just to offload some work from the controller to improve stability.

For me better device support is a must. I'm waiting since one year and a half for the right support for a zwave device you declared fully supported on your site - which is not.

Speed is a key too. I have scenes turning on lights that sometimes are fast, sometimes took 5 minutes to be completed, becoming unuseful and lowering the wife acceptance factor.

Overall, I hate to develop for the platform, because you have to search for things on the forums and documentation is horrible. I'm a professional developer and this is one of the worst documentation I ever found.

I see potential but time is running up. Good luck!
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Re: MIOS Acquisition
« Reply #17 on: August 18, 2018, 01:55:52 pm »
I agree with what others said.

I had to put a mini pc just to offload some work from the controller to improve stability.

For me better device support is a must. I'm waiting since one year and a half for the right support for a zwave device you declared fully supported on your site - which is not.

Speed is a key too. I have scenes turning on lights that sometimes are fast, sometimes took 5 minutes to be completed, becoming unuseful and lowering the wife acceptance factor.

Overall, I hate to develop for the platform, because you have to search for things on the forums and documentation is horrible. I'm a professional developer and this is one of the worst documentation I ever found.

I see potential but time is running up. Good luck!

We are on it!
Can you please tell me here or PM me exactly which zwave support you refer to...Please do tell me everything you need...bugs, feature requests, wishes....all....

thank you!

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Re: MIOS Acquisition
« Reply #18 on: August 18, 2018, 02:17:57 pm »
Topic Stickied and moved to Official Announcements board.  8)
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