- Advanced Twitter Recognition
- Display Popup
- Ez430-Chronos Wrist Watch
- EZMQTT Broker
- EZMQTT Client
- Floor Map
- IFTTT Sender
- Joystick (Direct Input)
- Joystick (Xinput)
- Kinect Body Control
- Miscellaneous Utility Plugin
- MP3 Trigger
- Myo Gesture Armband
- Neopixel Blaster
- Neopixel Ring
- Remote Mouse
- Roll Pitch Yaw
- Sensor Stream Server
- Serial Toolbox
- SMTP Client
- Twitter Recognition
- Video Player
- Virtual Robot
- Wii Remote
Provides a means to send HTTPGet() messages from EZ-Builder to the IFTTT applet Webhooks Channel in the "IF This" clause, allowing EZB scripts to use a ControlCommand() to activate IFTTT applets
+ How To Add This Control To Your Project (Click to Expand)
- Make sure you have the latest version of ARC installed.
- Select the Get button in this page to download the archive file.
- Double click the downloaded archive file to execute installer.
- The installer will add this control to ARC.
- Load ARC and press the Project -> Add Control button from the menu.
- Choose the Misc category tab.
- Press the IFTTT Sender icon to add the control to your project.
Please note that this plugin only handles the sending of messages to IFTTT. If you plan on receiving messages from IFTTT, take a look at this tutorial
As this is my first plugin, it may be a bit rough... feedback and advice welcomed. Thanks to DJ Sures for the great plugin tutorial and sample code.
* First, create an IFTTT account here: https://ifttt.com/
* Click on My Applets
* Click on New Applet
* Click the "If This" clause
* Choose Maker Webhooks channel
* Choose a trigger- receive a web request
* Enter an Event Name- Remember this exact name for use in your EZB script. In my example, I chose office_light_on Click Create trigger
* Click Then That
* Choose Action Service- in may case, SmartThings.. you could chose anything e.g. WeMo
* The rest of the steps are SmartThings specific... Choose Action
* I picked Switch On
* Finally- Finished with IFTTT side
* Now, unto setting up the Plugin.....
In your EZB project, add the IFTTT Sender Plugin
* Click the Configure button
* Click the Get Key button
* Copy the IFTTT key
* Paste it into the form and save it
* The plugin is now ready to use...
* Create a script in your project
* Right-click in your script and choose ControlCommand for IFTTT Sender
* Edit the script- use the exact Event Name you setup in the IFTTT applet. Remember to keep the quotes
* Save your script and test it
* You are now ready to start using the plugin in any script... enjoy