It was started from iphone.pl, but I doubt much of it survives anymore.  My goal is to make a jquery plugin that is completely object-type independent.  Iphone.pl was annoying in that many of the object specific type code was hardcoded into it.

This relies either on MH atttributes, such as set_states or set_label.  In addition, I am trying to make it very customizeable so that users can change the "status" of any object or group by passing code similar to that used in tie_events.

I have every intention of adding it to MH eventually, but I still have a lot more work to do.  The current, undocumented, code is here:

https://github.com/krkeegan/mh-user-code

make sure you get the files from the code and web directories.  Since it is not currently part of MH you should remap your directories using html_alias if you are going to use it.

Kevin


On Tue, May 28, 2013 at 7:56 PM, Eloy Paris <peloy@chapus.net> wrote:
On 05/28/2013 08:47 PM, krkeegan@gmail.com wrote:

> I installed a whole house fan over the weekend and I was able to use
> MisterHouse to add "thermostat control" to it.  I wrote it up as an
> example of the power of MisterHouse and thought others might be interested.
>
> http://www.krkeegan.com/a-temperature-controlled-whole-house-fan-with-misterhouse/
> <http://www.krkeegan.com/a-temperature-controlled-whole-house-fan-with-misterhouse/>

Very nice; thanks for the detailed write up.

BTW, what are you using for the web interface; is that a customized
version of the iphone.pl shipped with MisterHouse?

Cheers,

Eloy Paris.-


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