I’ve found another repo on github for this. A node.js client library for NissanConnect EV (previously called carwings).
Anyone savvy enough to say if this is something that could be used for a quick build?
Anyone interested in making a module for Nissan connect ev? I’ve been looking around, trying to find any pre-existing modules without luck. It would be nice to be able to check the battery status, and available distance for the car. Refreshing the info either by timer every xxx minutes, or manually. If possible also status of the heater/fan (active/inactive) and ability to start the heater.
What I have found is an api that maybe could be used; https://github.com/josteitv/nissanconnect-api
what if I made a suggestion about looks? I could do a mock-up image for you as a layout for it?
just to ask - how long do you think is a some long time? Are we talking three, six, twelve, eighteen months?
Yes! That would be awesome!! That is exactly what I’ve been looking for!
Just to make a comment on the layout you’ve chosen - if you make it horizontal it could potentially take up less screen real estate while providing the same easily readable information. An appointment now need to be wide enough for the words it contains. Making the boxes with a height of two lines and with based on time would give you more information on less space.
The #1 solution is the one I have been looking for! Thanks!
Ps. - the reason is that I am adding 25 different calendars, and the idea is to make some kind of scheduling possibility for desks. We have people working at different locations, and when they arrive they need to easily see that “John” is busy working at a different location, so that they can use their desk.
If this was a perfect world, I would be able to integrate some kind of timeline-view, kind of like the outlook planning assistant so this would be even easier to read…
I have twenty-something ical-files linked into the MMM-CalendarExt in a daily view. I have not been able to configure the looks entirely to my liking yet, but first things first. What I need is to name the different entries or somehow create a logically system of recognizing what is what.
So - is there any way that calendar entries can be appended a suffix with a calendar-name? So that the 10.30 event showing a meeting could be shown as “cal1: Meeting with John 10.30-11.30” instead of “Meeting with John 10.30-11.30”.
I hope this is the correct forum to post this…
I am working on a way to display a lot of calendars on the Magic Mirror. Currently there is a daily view of thirty coworkers that need to be shown on a display, and the catch is that all of them is Microsoft Exchange calendars.
Does anyone know of any way of displaying this? Is it possible to do it with the calendar module(or some other module), and if so - where do I get the ical-link??
Thank you if anyone knows!
Just to be clear - it is the default module “currentweather” that I need to hide.
removing position has no impact. It is hidden, but the effect of the module on “compliments” is also absent…
Will try to fiddle with the css now
I’ve tried that one, but I think maybe the cookies (or something) is having a bit of a havoc with my system. Running dev on MacOS w/Node v.7.1.0 some of the modules mysteriously disappears for no reason and i need to close electron and the ntp in terminal, close all browsers and restart the whole thing from time to time… My screen for the Pi is a bit dead now, so not been able to test it on that one yet…(will test…)
I will have a look at this one, but it seems a bit overkill?