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  1. @Krejt - thanks for the note about ports, I've...

    @Krejt - thanks for the note about ports, I've just posted an update to the library which as well as making the changes noted above removes the port numbers. It won't have affected anything, but...
  2. I've updated the library to reflect this change -...

    I've updated the library to reflect this change - based on a quick check it seems to be working ok - feedback welcome!

    Either download it direct from github at...
  3. I would be interested in upgrading, cost...

    I would be interested in upgrading, cost permitting
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    Underfloor heating with Evohome

    Hi all,

    We've had evohome for quite a while now and are very happy with it. It's connected to an S-plan vented system with separate zone valves for DHW and CH. We're about to redo our kitchen and...
  5. My question: Are Honeywell going to open up...

    My question:

    Are Honeywell going to open up the API to third party developers (including the OAuth as used for IFTTT)?

    Thanks

    Andrew
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    Go into the full settings mode on the controller....

    Go into the full settings mode on the controller. Select edit zone and then pick the zone you want to lock. Go to application settings and then select "Local override" and change the setting in...
  7. Glad you got it working. To be honest, at least...

    Glad you got it working. To be honest, at least for my use case I'm just authenticating anew each time. My main use of the api is to record the room temperatures every 5 minutes and store that to a...
  8. I can't spot anything obvious. If you can, I...

    I can't spot anything obvious. If you can, I might try running your version and mine, capture both requests via wireshark and see if you can spot the differences. Alternatively if you can capture a...
  9. I've pushed an updated version of the Python API...

    I've pushed an updated version of the Python API to github (https://github.com/watchforstock/evohome-client). This isn't fully tested yet, but seems to be successfully retrieving information from the...
  10. There seems to be a fixed authorization header...

    There seems to be a fixed authorization header that you're missing on the call to get the token which may be your problem. I've got the token being issued correctly and sometimes using it works and...
  11. Interesting. I noticed that the ifttt channel had...

    Interesting. I noticed that the ifttt channel had access to the service via oauth. I also noticed that some of the data returned references EMEA. Just need to wait for the android client to roll out...
  12. Just waiting for them to push the Android update...

    Just waiting for them to push the Android update and I'll be on it. I'm looking forward to the ability to back up and restore the schedules!
  13. Looks really good. If it wasn't for javascript's...

    Looks really good. If it wasn't for javascript's cross origin protection, it would be possible to do all of this client side (which would mean that credentials wouldn't need to be sent to a third...
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    You can get a wall mount for the screen - that's...

    You can get a wall mount for the screen - that's how I have mine mounted. It doesn't do any history on the controller, but if you're comfortable doing some programming, I have written a Python...
  15. Are you looking at all the data the remote system...

    Are you looking at all the data the remote system returns?

    If you're using my python client, you can do:

    from evohomeclient import EvohomeClient

    client = EvohomeClient('username',...
  16. I've just pushed a bunch of updates to my python...

    I've just pushed a bunch of updates to my python library at https://github.com/watchforstock/evohome-client

    This now includes the ability to choose each of the various modes either on a permanent...
  17. I'm now tracking my code for an API in a github...

    I'm now tracking my code for an API in a github repository: https://github.com/watchforstock/evohome-client

    If anyone wants to contribute code I'm happy to merge it in

    Andrew
  18. I now use a slight modification to the script...

    I now use a slight modification to the script below to store the temperatures from each of the zones to a database (integrated into an existing house temperature monitoring system. I run it as a cron...
  19. Extending this a little bit, this script then...

    Extending this a little bit, this script then pulls the full detail that Roy mentions above


    import requests
    import json

    USERNAME = 'USERNAME'
    PASSWORD = 'PASSWORD'

    url =...
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