Custom graphs

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rickvanakkeren
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Custom graphs

Post by rickvanakkeren » Monday 13 February 2017 14:22

Hi Domoticz users and developers,

Past few months I played a lot with Domoticz and I really like it. I have some suggestions for improvement. I will open different topics for them.

One of the suggestions is the option to make custom grahps. For now one can combine graphs in the temperature section, but maybe it is possible to extend that to other sensors. For example: I want to compare a of the switches (heating on) with the room temperature.

Thanks,

Rick

Justmenl
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Re: Custom graphs

Post by Justmenl » Friday 17 February 2017 15:16

I second the original request but to engage on the last comment:

Can you point us to the documentation about the inner workings of Domoticz? Is there some simple example code to help us get started? Where in the wiki can I find the sections about creating your own plugins or how the framework operates?
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Nautilus
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Re: Custom graphs

Post by Nautilus » Wednesday 05 April 2017 11:21

Justmenl wrote:I second the original request but to engage on the last comment:

Can you point us to the documentation about the inner workings of Domoticz? Is there some simple example code to help us get started? Where in the wiki can I find the sections about creating your own plugins or how the framework operates?
It wasn't my intention to bumb an old thread, but search brought me here (and I've been going through some of the things raising questions here :)). I think the best starting point for contributing (developing something) to the project is to head to the github page and see what is currently available there in the source code, and especially check this: https://github.com/domoticz/domoticz/bl ... IBUTING.md

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