Add ability to move a specific event stream (signal) to the top or bottom of the list inside a bucket
I'd like the ability to select an event stream (signal) inside a bucket and then quickly move it all the way to the top or all the way to the bottom of a bucket with more event streams than would be feasible to drag the event stream (signal).0 votes
There is now a right click context menu on event stream names that provides this functionality!
Support JSON as input format.2 votes
Visualize timestamps as they appears in the source.1 vote
Make the web application usable in a tablet. The UI is not responsive.9 votes
We’ve released a brand new mobile experience focused on Tiles!
Either rescale the y-axis after zooming in or provide means to do so.2 votes
Particle.io (was Spark.io) has PHOTON, a WIFI-Arduino IoT.
They already have a "cloud" service to capture data from each device, as well as push technology to control and instruct devices from anywhere in the world.
2G/3G version is on its way, and a partner is doing Bluetooth.
Definitely a quick way to get started with visualizing data.3 votes
This integration is actually supported and used by some of our users. While it’s not a simple integration that can be enabled from Initial State’s own application, it is enabled by particle.io’s webhook implementation. By designing a webhook for your photon or other particle.io devices, you can have the devices send their events to particle.io (since they’ve made that really easy in their sdk) and then the webhooks can forward those events along to Initial State.
You can actually check out some of the webhook syntax for sending events to Initial State at this link in the particle.io community board: https://community.particle.io/t/webhooks-defining-the-request-body-as-json-array/12263/3?u=davidsulpy
Please message us if you’re having any trouble with it!
Currently our integration supports the following device capabilities:
relative humidity measurement
carbon monoxide detector
SmartThings has approved the new integration! The new integration also buffers events per SmartThing’s request, so the events are less realtime, but more reliable.
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