Stringify type http trigger in Webcore


#1

Since Stringify is shutting down I was looking to move some automations into something else.

Does Webcore have a way to create unique web addresses that, when hit, can run an automation? Right now I have an iOS shortcut that makes a request to a stringify address, which disarms my Arlo cameras for a certain period of time. Is this possible in Webcore?


#2

Absolutely!! Anything that webCoRE can control can be controlled by a unique URL.

More info can be found here.


#3

Nice addition to the wiki there @WCmore!! Not sure how I set your permissions but feel free to put a link to your wiki page on the main page, under ‘misc pages’


#4

OK thanks. I was going to wait until I had a bit more content first, although lately I am wondering if I should keep each topic in their own page. with one Table of Contents linking to my individual pages.

Any thoughts?


#5

Perhaps separate pages is best… and no need to state " WCmore’s Tips" unless you really want to.

Just list yourself as the author of each page and make them an integral part of the wiki… you know more about webCoRE than half the minions, including me, so I trust you to write up whatever you like, wherever you like (hence why I gave you full wiki editing rights).


#6

OK, I will split them up in the near future. The reason I decided to put my name up top is so that page is not read as the “official policy or position of webCoRE”.

I am just one guy, and I am human, so any errors or omissions are entirely my fault, and no blame should be placed on webCoRE.


#7

It’s just a wiki… errors come part and parcel. :grinning: