BrewPi Mobile App


#41

Should be ready for iOS beta testing tonight if anyone is interested. DM me your email address.


#42

Let me know when the iOS testing is done and you have an Android apk.

Stefan


#43

Just tested with brewpi only on this (I dont have a tilt....yet) works great. For my set up some tweaking was needed as I install in /var/www/html/brewpi so pulled the git checkout to api inside that, then had to change config.php to reflect the different dir to
$webUiDirectory = '/var/www/html/brewpi';
then it just worked.
Nice little app


#44

Glad to hear it's working well! I'll try to elaborate in the setup instructions regarding the directory structure.


#45

Hi Nick, Can i test your app?


#46

Need your email address.


#47

Just released another version for testing that allows for adding multiple instances of any integration. Current integrations available are BrewPi and Tilt Hydrometer.


#48

Thats ok! But i cant send you an direct message..can you send me one?

Thanks!


#49

Latest release adds Tilt Hydrometer data coming from the BrewPi via the sibowler integration.


#50

Looking good, may I suggest adding attenuation to the Tilt data (it might require a little rejig of the UI or having it appear when clicking on the current gravity).


#51

That should be doable.


#52

Cheers, I think it would be useful e.g. ramping temperature when attenuation hits 50%.


#53

Something like that should work.


#54

That looks great, I well send you a pm later about testing it :slight_smile:


#55

This is looking pretty awesome! Have you had time to make any progress on the Android apk?


#56

I did spin it up in Android Studio about a week ago. There were some issues with the animations, so I bagged it for now. Overall it shouldn't be too difficult to get it usable, just frustrating that it's not working out of the box, as it should.


#57

Hi!

Is there a chance to try the app?
Is it already available to the public, or just a personal project?


#58

If you use an iPhone, I can invite you to test.


#59

@nickhough, how can I have access to this app?

Thanks,

Fabiano da Mata


#60

I'll be publishing it to the app store soon.

Thanks!