@RedNax Thanks for the heads up. So, I don’t actually run a calendar module so I’m a little lost on how to specify the destination (I go to the same destination everyday).
Could you possibly please give me a more broken down instruction on what I need to do to set a destination?
Thanks in advance!
@hdurdle: Hi Howard, pretty cool module!
Can it be tweaked to work for Mini vehicles as well? I do have access to a connected service for my car using: https://www.mini-connected.com/germany/de/
Thanks in advance!
I’ve created a second module called MMM-NLDepartureTimes. This module shows the departure time at hubs and or group of stops where the departure time is grouped by destination in the Netherlands. Ideal if you use a hub that has multiple lines to your destination.
Here you see the hub Leidschenveen with the departures time of light-rail 3 and 4, Metro E, and street car 19. You can directly see when a light-rail or metro to Den Haag, or the street car to Leidschendam leaves.
You can configure of which stops a hub exists and which lines to group on wich order.
A hub is what you define as a hub. You select the stops in an area you want to use and give it a name. In this example line 3,4 to Den Haag, line 3,4 to Zoetermeer, line E to Den Haag, and line E to Rotterdam are 4 stops on different locations.
The destination is also what you want. You can give the destination a name you like and select the lines that you want to see there. Here the stop for line 3,4 and the stop for line E to Den Haag are grouped. Even though all 3 lines have a different end point, they have a stop around Den Haag Centraal. Line E to Slinge is grouped in Rotterdam alone.
I think I managed to write down how to find your proper codes called TPCs. Configuration is very quirky because the data supplied is raw and extended.
Any feedback is welcome!
Hi MagicMirror builders!
I programmed, or better said configured, a module that gets the traffic data from TomTom. The result is my module called MMM-TomTomTrafficIncidents. Please feel free to comment. This module displays traffic load and information where you don’t need a Google/MS account or leave Credit Card information. The traffic can be displayed absolute like other services commonly do. Or on a relative basis. Meaning if traffic has a speed limit of 50 km/h it will be marked green when people are driving 40-50. It will be red when it congested. Do you want to know where to drive fast? Use the absolute option. Very nifty option from TomTom.
Example in Beervana where I placed a marker on a brewery :
Absolute (slow and fast traffic):
Relative traffic (slower than normal):
Relative delay (showing only the differences with normal flow)
I’ve chosen to keep the code simple to make it clear that it is a wrap around the TomTom’s Maps SKD for Web. No things like new object().setThing().color().
The settings you can make:
Location, size, and zoom level
Type of traffic: absolute, relative of relative delay.
Showing traffic reports and incidents
Showing a marker (and size)
Get the scripts and css local or from TomTom’s website.
I am very happy that TomTom offers the WebAPI. It is barely programming at all. I would recommend to make your own module with their MapSDK for the Web. The best part is that there is no credit card needed! A username with email address is enough. If you run out of data, you’ll get an error back. For personal use, it is very hard to reach this limit. Assuming hat you don’t refresh every 5 minutes of a very large area.
If you want to use your own map and only use the GEO information from TomTom, I would recommend to look at their other APIs on [https://developer.tomtom.com/#](TomTom Developer Portal)
Once the basics of this module seem to work alright, I’ll be sure to post it onto the forum. I’ll also create a git for possible further development.
All flexibile with 1 home address and multiple destinations.
I’m having the exact same issue. I haven’t been able to find a solution either - did you get anywhere yourself?
Also, does anyone know how to get this module to show more than one bus stop - I know that it should, but can’t seem to make anything work.
so i looked back a couple of pages on the MMM-AssistantMk2 page and found out that the version of GoogleMapsTraffic (vicmora) had a bug in it so ive updated to @sdetweil version and its working fine now thanks for the fix @sdetweil
Today I released a new version of MMM-bustimes. The module was released for the first time in october 2017. Thanks to contributers like koenk, vpilo and hansterwal the module evolved into a nice piece of work.
In the update you’ll find the latest additions from Koen. He added icon’s to indicate transport types, an option to show delay times, a live icon feature, station support and many more.
The screenshot below showcases a number of different configurations
@tenpinmark Any chance you can post the code you used to fix it ? (or submit a fork to switch to instead)
@Glass92 I had similar problems (and only with this module). My solution was to create a cron job to reboot the mirror after midnight, which restarted the code. It’s not ideal, and actually introduces other issues with the HDMI port (will sometimes fail to initialise the display). I’ve since removed the cron job, and now just manually reboot if needed (usually once every couple of days)
bonjour, j’ai tenté d’utiliser ce module mais sans résultats… quelqu’un pourrait m’aider ? voici mon code:
header:“Chenonceaux vers Tours Gare”,
login:"...@gmail.com", // You must add your API login and password
merci d’avance à ceux qui m’aiderons