Nymea 0.17 release notes

nymea:app 1.0.169

  • Add support for grouping things
  • Improva views for closables
  • Complete support for reconfiguring things
  • Support for new API features of nymea:core 0.17
  • Fix OSK with popups on Raspberry Pi
  • Fix scene creation from main view
  • Support Push notifications on Ubuntu Phone
  • nymea-remoteproxy (0.1.7)

    • Add option to disable tests during builds
  • libnymea-networkmanager (0.2.1)

    • Set wireless accesspoint to WPA2 and set reconnect forever
    • Fix wireless protected flag and add open network connection support
  • nymea (0.17.0)

    • Allow more fine grained notification options
    • More complete setup
    • Drop old REST server
    • Experience plugins
    • Add a barcodescanner interface
    • Don’t load devices if the plugin dropped support for it
    • Don’t emit EventEmitted for invalid devices
    • Threaded log database
    • Weaken password requirements a bit
    • Add some more plugin search paths to work better on non-debian
  • nymea-plugins (0.17.0)

    • FlowerCare: Add a refresh rate setting
    • Packaging: Fix dpkg clean target
    • Simulation: Add a simulated barcode scanner device
    • Http commander: Add http server
    • DaylightSensor: Update README.md
    • dweet.io: Update README
    • Kodi: Automatically redetect Kodi when its IP address changes
    • Various Plugins: Spelling fixes in README files
    • Tasmota: Add Blinds support
    • Update Tasmota readme
    • PhilipsHue: Fix the timeout setting
  • nymea-plugins-simulation (0.4)

    • Update dependency information
  • nymea-plugin-modbuscommander (0.1.1)

    • Update build dep to min 0.16
  • nymea-plugin-unipi (0.1.1)

    • Fixed neuron extension inputs
    • Maintenance update (build with nymea 0.17 and Qt 5.13)
  • nymea-qtcreator-wizards (0.0.5)

    • Update plugin api

Soo many changes, here’s the tl;dr:

  • nymea:app now finally supports grouping things
  • nymea:app now supports Push notification on Ubuntu Phone (UBPorts)
  • nymea:cloud password restrictions have been weakened a bit. It only requires a minimum of 8 characters and does not requires special characters any more (still requires numbers and upper- and lowercase letters)
  • Performance of nymea:core should be greatly improved now as writing logs to disk is threaded now.
  • nymea-networkmanager now supports open wifis which implies BerryLan can now connect to open WiFis too!
  • Tasmota, Kodi, FlowerCare, UniPi and HTTP commander plugins got some small improvements