Rebranding the GW1000 app for the Froggit DP1500 because: why not?
Up to 4 WH45 Indoor CO2 PM2.5 PM10 Temperature and Humidity 5-in-1 Air Quality Sensor
Up to 4 WH43 PM2.5 Air Quality Sensor for Indoor Use
Up to 4 WH41 PM2.5 Air Quality Sensor Monitor Outdoor
1 WH32 outdoor temperature and humidity sensor
1 WH40 self-emptying rain gauge sensor
1 WS68 wireless anemometer
1 WH57 lightning sensor
(often bundled in a single Weather station)
Up to 8 WH31 multi-channel temperature and humidity sensors
Up to 8 WH51 soil moisture sensors
Up to 4 WH55 Water leak sensors
Up to 8 WN34 Temp Sensors
Soil moisture sensor (WH31SM)
Lightning detector (WH31L),
Leak Detector (WH31La),
Probed thermometer (WH31P)
I started working on the Ambient Weather widget.
It will be a good excuse to clean up the dashboard code.
I need to find a way to reduce the application size.
I’m sure Microsoft is just filling the package with a bunch of useless DLL.
…oh, and experimenting with new icons…
Developing Microsoft .NET/UWP Windows 10 stuff is pretty easy and straightforward.
Using the (well known?) flexible lightweight ZXing Library:
ZXing.Net.Mobile is a C#/.NET library based on the open source Barcode Library: ZXing (Zebra Crossing), using the ZXing.Net Port. It works with Xamarin.iOS, Xamarin.Android, Tizen, and UWP. The goal of ZXing.Net.Mobile is to make scanning barcodes as effortless and painless as possible in your own applications.
and saving the canvas as jpg/png.
Going to integrate it in the AWDASH apps and in pretty much all the future projects.
Integrated the 7 days forecast on the AWDash WS2902AB-C app.
Get the grid from the Weather Station LAT/LON:
Then use the relative NOAA Grid to get the forecast:
The app seem to be well received so far.
Somehow somewhere in China found the app.
I’m wondering if I should localize the Windows store page in Chinese or it’s somebody from EcoWitt snooping around…
Not sure why the Ambient Weather API need this much precision for the station elevation.