Thanks guys for the responses, sounds just like what we want to hear from you !
I haven’t looked at the Ezlo dashboard configurator for about a week or so, last time I looked not much had changed.
I am really hoping I can use the native Ezlo dashboard in the long term.
In the meantime with Imperihome gone EOL I am hedging my bets with “The Home Remote” that I am testing out now, so please see that thread again I linked to above, for ideas and there are more screen shots on there today.
Obviously “The Home Remote” only works with the current Vera FW and the HTTP API (Luup Requests) and this will break when I switch to the Ezlo FW / hub, but hoping the developer of that app will invest the time to make it compatible with the new Ezlo platform also.
This is already supported, but the icon is limited by our internal library at the moment. So in the near future, we will upload our own icons then we will have different Background + Different icons for each state.
I think we can show exact values underneath the picker and let you change it manually, but as you suggested, showing previously used colors would be great, I will talk to guys to make that part better.
In the short term I would be very happy with an Imperihome app replacement for my new Ezlo controller.
But if in time we could use some layouts and designs like these more professional looking GUIs and place our device buttons and scenes that would be awesome.
What plans do you have for Audio Visual devices ?
I think most Vera users will be using lower cost Logitech Harmony hubs or Broadlink RM Pro hubs to control their AV gear. Global Cache IR control as well I would think.
Personally I really need the current 3rd party Harmony plugin to be ported over to the Ezlo platform.
Obviously most of your users are in the budget DIY end of the market, we are not all rich and cannot afford high end AV control systems or HDMI matrix distribution devices, if we could then we wouldn’t be using Vera, we would be using Crestron, Control4, AMX and the likes etc.
The Home Remote system automatically generated those remote control screens for my Logitech Harmony hub activities, I didn’t have to do anything, other than change a few button commands here and there. I just added my Harmony hub devices in to it and it did the rest which was very good and unexpected.
Also here I have tweaked an existing template I found for controlling Kodi Media Center PCs and I changed its look and design somewhat from the original template to match in with my theme.
I’m lost, do I have to use the dashboard app to build a dashboard in the Mios app? That can’t be true… I’m testing the Mios app and do run into issues but I have seen some nice lay-outs there. Can you please explain why there are two apps for having a dashboard. I expect the Mios app to do this on its own.
What Android version is required to use the apps? Edit I found it must be Android 8.1