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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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Easier integration with IFTTT coming!

At the end of every logic you implement with Apilio there’s one crucial task to do: Making a link to an IFTTT Maker Channel recipe in order to trigger any result. With the new update coming, this is going to be a lot easier!  The old method: Pasting in a complete link To bring Apilio online as quick as possible and to keep thing simple I had decided to implement the link to IFTTT as simple as possible: A single URL field for each possible outcome (positive and negative). While thi […]

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Amazon AWS IoT Button – First Impressions

I was quite excited when I heard that Amazon is selling a modified special version of its Amazon Dash Buttons. While the normal Dash buttons cannot do anything else than order one thing on Amazon, the AWS IoT Button is “programmable”, meaning you can set it up to connect to everything that is reachable via the internet. But what sets it apart from other options?

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