It started as a simple project ;) and now you can:
- Store the whole history of open and closes thanks to Parse.com
- Store the amount of uses
- Store the state of the door
- Detect if the physical remote was used, not yet saved on Parse.com
How is the project structured
The GitHub project consists of 4 main branches:
- master: the default branch were you can find the latest code
- assets: here i stash all the binary media. Example: images for the README file
- particle: the firmware that run on the Particle
- particle2parse: the NodeJS server app that act like a proxy for Particle. This peace of software is needed to clean the JSON blob from unnecessary data that Particle was generating, and confusing the RESTful API of Parse.com.
- The release section of the project consists of stable snapshots of the code, that you can grab and compile. Since the master branch might contain unstable code.
- The Issue section shows the things that I'm working or fixing. Of course you are welcome to add Issues of your own.
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Neat project! I had never heard of Parse before, so that was a cool resource to find. The particle seems like a good platform, did you enjoy writing code for it? Was it easy to get set up?