Bueno, volvemos al tema:
Ahora estoy probando con el modulo MMM-Page-Selector, y no tengo nada claro como debo mandar la petición request.
La que mando es:
r = requests.get(“http://192.168.xx.xx:8080/api/modules/MMM-Page-Selector?PAGE_SELECT=xxxxxx”
A lo que se me responde un http 400 (¿bad request?)
¿En que me equivoco?
Saludos y gracias por adelantado
Well, we return to the topic:
Now I’m testing with the MMM-Page-Selector module, and I’m not sure how to send the request request.
The one I command is:
r = requests.get (“http: //192.168.xx.xx: 8080 / api / modules / MMM-Page-Selector? PAGE_SELECT = xxxxxx”
To which I answered an http 400 (bad request?)
What is wrong?
Greetings and thanks in advance
anyone interested in having a look at this python repository with me?
#Quizduell API Inofficial interface to the Quizduell web API written in Python and distributed under GPLv3. Start games, write messages, find users and more.
“Quizduell is the German-language version of the Swedish-language mobile app “Quizkampen” (Swedish: quiz) of the Swedish developer FEO Media AB for iOS and for the Android platform and Windows Phone. The players must answer more questions correctly in a variety of question categories than a selected or random opponent. The application has been downloaded more than 23 million times in eleven different languages on the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store (as of March 2014), the German-language version has over 34 million with most players (as of March 2014)”
An inofficial way to (somehow) use the quizduell REST API.
I wonder if this could be recoded into a JS module?
I’d like to work on this together with someone but I’m missing the abilities to know how and where to start. And I’m not common to Python.
This module could show statistics on our mirror, running games and how much time is left for your turn.
And later on maybe even a voice controlled round of Quizduell!?
I’m a graphic design student and this is my final project where I need to create a smart mirror for kids that displays a different cartoon character that kids could interact and move with (Similar to the AR in Snapchat lenses).
I have already bought a raspberry Pi and all the materials for this project, but as I mentioned I only studied graphic so I have no background in programming or coding so I couldn’t write the code by myself.
I’ve been looking for help for weeks but since I’m a student all I find is big companies that asks for a lot of money.
**I will pay you for your help for sure!
-Time due is in less than 3 weeks.
I did see someone have create a TTS module but what I understand is just for notice and not calendar or weather.
And I have no idea how a user can get it to talk.
That I looking for is use like iPad or Android to push on the screen and it start to talk.
I was looking to see if there were any modules for Australian football (not soccer) leagues, and haven’t come across any.
I found an API for the AFL - https://api.squiggle.com.au/ - and was wondering if anyone had the time to put something together for it, something like MMM-NHL
Thanks in advance!
I am from Munich, Germany and really like the module MMM-mvgmunich which I use daily to show departure times from the station closest to my home. But since the Google API is costing money I would prefer to have a routing module with the api of the MVG: https://github.com/leftshift/python_mvg_api.
Is there a programmer out there who can do that?