BrewPi Mobile App


#83

I think you missed the dot on step 3 of the installation.


#84

Right you are! Thanks!


#85

Does this work with legacy branch?


#86

I couldn’t tell you, I haven’t done anything with the legacy branch.


#87

I’m running Legacy and could test it out when you have an Android version.


#88

Just purchased the app before reading all the way to the end of the topic. I’m running the legacy software with sbowler’s Tilt integration so I guess I’ll be testing it out!


#89

Just installed the API on my (legacy) brewpi and it looks like it’s working as advertised. Thanks to @nickhough for a cool app and easy installation!


#90

Cool stuff going on here! @Elco How are things with the new front end? Are you still going with Quasar? I haven’t got any experience with that but I’ve tried out bunch of other “single codebase / cross platform” frameworks. Seems like a sensible way to go to me.


#91

@nickhough So to clarify the App, works on iOS and will continue to support the new BrewPi api that @Elco is working on, that should be close to done in 2-3 months from what I last heard? Assuming that is true, will that app be able to remotely access the Brewpi when not on a local network if I wanted to check status on my fermenters when not at home? Will it have the same functions/capabilities as the brewpi interface for configuring or is it intended for just monitoring/logging etc? TIA


#92

No, that’s not correct. The app I’ve built has no integration with the official BrewPi API - as there wasn’t one when I built this app.

As far as functionality, as of right now it’s read only. When the API is released, I’ll review and go from there.