@KlausLadegaard Sorry this is so long time. What I was talking about is that it has day, week, and month views. I found the day view in the documentation and set that up so it only shows a single day - today. In that view, it shows start and end times.
Magic mirror module for presenting events as daily/weekly journal style.
More detailed view of events by day/week with specific time ranges.
customizing events: filtering, sorting, transforming
multi-instance available. You don’t need to copy and rename the module. Just add one more configuration in your config.js.
a module should identify all the libs it uses in it’s package.json file, as 'dependencies.
it worked and the authors didn’t know about this.
we deleted the libs as they were removed from distribution (deprecated)… and oops the module still needs them but didn’t say so.
if they had, and created a package.json file (npm init -y) the problem would not have occurred.
apis not working… well nobody wants to drag old stuff along anymore ‘too much work’… so they change whatever they want, too bad for developers or users.
when I worked for IBM my mentor reminded me often that, when u document an API, it lives like that forever. same input produces the same output. you want to ADD stuff ok, it’s a new API… stuff doesn’t break… customers can continue to depend on you…
certs… well they expire… app owners should plan for that… nah, too much work, we’ll deal w it then…
Hi, thank you very much for the module. It went on for over a year without any problems, then the appointments ran out. I entered new ones, but only “shop” comes up. Here is my custom. Do you have any idea? My mirror is not up to date, otherwise everything will go very well. Thanks.
I have created a newer version of MMM-Slack which I have called MMM-Slack2. I wrote this module because of the changing API of Slack.
Until now, the events API has not been implemented yet, so the module will not immediately refresh when a new message has been sent to the channel. It only gets new messages periodically. A guide on how to use the module can be found on github.
I use this module to have a simple way to display messages in a house so that they can be read without having to use a smartphone.
Feel free to try out the module and send me your feedback. If you have any ideas for new features or if you can help implement the Events-API, please contact me 🙂