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iControl Web: HTTP Remote Control for Home Automation with Raspberry Pi, Arduino and more

Call any URL with an appropriate sized button on any of your devices (iPhone, iPad or Apple Watch)

Call any URL with an appropriate sized button on any of your devices (iPhone, iPad or Apple Watch)

iControl Web: HTTP Remote Control for Home Automation with Raspberry Pi, Arduino and more

by Sebastian Bub Software Distribution
iControl Web: HTTP Remote Control for Home Automation with Raspberry Pi, Arduino and more
iControl Web: HTTP Remote Control for Home Automation with Raspberry Pi, Arduino and more
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What is it about?

Call any URL with an appropriate sized button on any of your devices (iPhone, iPad or Apple Watch). The screens can be configured according to your needs using a json file via iTunes file sharing.

iControl Web: HTTP Remote Control for Home Automation with Raspberry Pi, Arduino and more

App Details

Version
1.7
Rating
(24)
Size
17Mb
Genre
Productivity Utilities
Last updated
August 23, 2016
Release date
November 28, 2012
More info

App Store Description

Call any URL with an appropriate sized button on any of your devices (iPhone, iPad or Apple Watch). The screens can be configured according to your needs using a json file via iTunes file sharing.

The app is ideal for all home automation systems which support http:
- i.e. HomeWizard, PEHA-House-Control-System, PHC, KNX, control4, Domoticz.
- It can also be used to control your IP camera (i.e. Mobotix)
- Or as a remote control for some HDMI DLNA adapter
- The app and watch app can also be used to trigger IFTTT.

Follow the configuration manual: https://github.com/sebbu/iControl-Web

In summary: Use iTunes file sharing folder of this App to get a sample json file for your configuration. Name your file gui.json. The structure is really simple. You may want to use a json editor. If you have messed up your gui.json, remove it from the App to get a new guiSample.json. You may use http or https for calling a remote command within this App or other known URL schemes to open another App (iPhone/iPad only).

Support for self-signed certificates is not includes on purpose. There are many free possibilities to get a certificate of different flavor,
i.e. StartSSL Free, Let’s Encrypt or CAcert (this list is not a recommendation and it is not complete, but it can serve as a starting point for your search).

This app can be controlled via its own custom protocol icontrol://. Currently it only supports the execution of a command. (See guiSample.json form an example)

iControl does not prompt for a review as it would probably interrupt your workflow. I would really appreciate it if you take the time to leave a review (maybe with a short hint or description which system you are using). Thank you in advance!

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