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Apilio attends Energy Startup Day

Last Week Philipp and Anna from Team Apilio attended the Energy Startup Day in Zurich (https://www.energy-startup-day.ch/). This is a yearly event where start-ups, established companies,

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New login process

If you have recently logged into the Apilio web application, you have probably notices that there is a slight change in the login procedure. This

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Improvements to the login process coming

We are about to release a change in the signup and login process. There is no immediate change in functionality, but the change in the background opens the door to implement more login options soon. Sign in with Google You have probably noticed that since day one of Apilio, the only way to sign up and log in was through a Google account.​​The reason for that focusing was that it takes off a lot of work off a developers shoulders. No need to fight fa […]

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Follow our path from great to awesome!

Hello Everyone! Apilio started off as a personal project with a basic, but powerful, feature set. In the last few months we have been busy in the background, working out how best to grow and support our amazing customer base.In order to deliver our plans, we recently completed a funding round to incorporate and start building Apilio the company. 🥳As part of this development we will soon send out important instructions that are necessary to keep your account alive so please watch out […]

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A word on the Stringify Service Shutdown

Hey Everyone!The Stringify team sent out a message on Monday 8th that the service will be shut down in June 2019. Based on the reaction of many users, that was bad news.To send a clear message, we just wanted to reassure you we’re not intending to follow the same path as Stringify, so don’t fear!Apilio started off as a personal project with a basic, but versatile feature set. In the last few months we have been very busy in the background, trying to determine how best to grow and support our ama […]

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Handling the exception to the rule

Have you ever worried about your automation setup to do something in an unsuitable moment? Or hesitated to automate something because you think its rule would apply more often than desired? Then worry no more – Apilio will help you out!

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Therwid – “The Release With many Delays”

I’m very happy to announce release “Therwid” (an acronym of The Release With many Delays). I gave it the name not only because of the functionality added, but because it was planned to be ready much sooner. While the visible changes on the surface are very minor, I had to implement a lot of changes in the engine room to make it possible. These changes are also a precondition to implement a quite unique feature which I have wanted to do since a long […]

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Introducing: Multiple Actions

This is one of the most requested features and it finally made it to production.With this newest release you can define up to 6 actions per Logicblock! Just click “Add IFTTT Action” to add more actions. Step-by-step Rollout With the latest release, new Logicblocks will already be capable of having multiple actions.In the coming days I will implement a migration script that transforms the existing Logicblocks into Multi-Action-LogicblocksAnd then, there’s something to add later: Custom […]

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Big news from Apilio!

I tried to find an easier way make to call your IFTTT Applets (formerly known as recipes) from Apilio. Instead of fumbling with URLs, you can now work with easy-to-remember event names. Easier integration What’s new The goal of the re-make was to make it easier to integrate Apilio with IFTTT. As I learnt from some users, this was quite a hurdle for some of you.With the old version, you had to configure the Positive/Negative action on the logicblock with the complete external URL: With […]

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