@sommo It doesn't seem to be a full problem with our QA/Testing. As you can see the update worked for someone else. As with many things, the vast diversity in settings on different hardware and software complicates things. The best thing we can hope to do is debug the problems when they come up. @grant_iota can help you debug you hue.
So I can't open up an http endpoint, BUT I have a solution. I suggest you deploy the server using NGROK. It gives you access to a global, https endpoint that will work with our service: https://ngrok.com/. If you have any questions on how to use it, please feel free to reach out.
This was my understanding as well. Companies need to stop using IFTTT as a crutch and lame first option integration method. IFTTT is STRICTLY a secondary integration method. It is not even close to good enough. Iota should really think about what Steve is saying. With the smartthings community working on smartapps to use with iota, the completely complicated iota system could be broken down for end users who were not expecting having to come here and go through all this information they do not understand to even approach a use for iota.
@mbattistello Interesting. That may reflect a bug with what happens to the firmware when the button is pressed relating to the LED. We'll look into that. The getUserCoordinates needs to run on the phone to work, because the simulator does not know your location, only the phone gps does.
If you'd like to test what you are getting, for now I'd suggest scheduling a notification with the contents of the getUserCoordinates results as the title or body, and viewing it that way.
Can you get notifications to fire for your mod on button press with the scheduleNotificationNow method?
@mbattistello Technically the only flow you need to do is click. This is enough to get it republished:
This will cause your script to appear in the settings screen of your Iota as unsaved (unless it was already saved as something else)
But to have your script saved under a certain name, you must click save before running. The new script should always appear in the Iota app in the specific Iota screen if you get the notification saying "Running code...".
@Fred42 Admittedly our manufacturing process wasn't as smooth as it could have been. We definitely didn't approach the case in the correct manner. As for the LED, what problems are you experiencing with it? Is it not turning on at all? Are you testing it with any specific apps?
@mindfuse The specific scenario you describe can be done without Facebook/Friends, no problem. You simply install the Iota Connect app on "superstar"s phone, they discover the Iota in question and set it to run the mod to light up when they are nearby. Done, you can now have your Iota light up when this other person walks by, no need to be Facebook friends.