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WikiStart - DomotiGa

WikiStart - DomotiGa
New version 1.0.015, you must upgrade your database.Please make a backup of your database and DomotiGa directory tree first! Added: support for Eneco Toon thermostat, control and read values via portal.Added: Toon code to set program state and thermostat setpoint. Added: Toon Commander, needs work, basic settemp and state works though.Added: Panasonic Viera TV support.Added: Cross-Origin support in JSON-RPC Added: HTTP/1.1 100-Continue support in JSON-RPC Added: Preliminary support to push deviceupdates and logupdates via JSON-RPC RAW ChangedAdded: Database settings table for Toon thermostat.Added: Support for the following new devices to RFXtrx plugin. (RFXtrx Firmware 71 needed)...And lots more!Find the whole changes list here If you use this software or just like the project please consider a donation, either in ideas, code, hardwareor by making a small payment so I can buy new hardware to develop for.Choose one of the options below to make your donation.

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