MangoEs or TRUNK which one?
is there a trunk that is used to pull data or talks to other then communicates to the front end ( computer).
is the MANGO ES the same as a truck or could I pull data point off a lan ip address?
Reading the Mango ES literature states its a computer and connection in one.
I would like to start with a couple of points, like temperature and air pressure.
Woody Beverley last edited by
Got it. Is there a cheaper version i can play with? I'm in the testing and learning phase so the price for the ES model is a bit steep for me.
Is there a tutorial to connect to things around the house like NEST and BELKIN lights?
thank you for you replies and support.
phildunlap last edited by phildunlap
Mango's free version enables up to 20 data points. You would probably also not want to use the NoSql module in a free system.
I haven't personally tried to connect to a NEST device, but some searching makes it look like it would take some effort. It may be possible with the HTTP Retriever, but if not it may require either a Firebase4J integration or some interesting solution utilizing another API: https://www.firebase.com/docs/rest/quickstart.html
Belkin's API doesn't seem too readily available... I didn't sign up to enter their documentation. There is a 3rd party Python implementation, it appears.