Dashticz V2 - Custom JS

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There is the possibility to use your own functions in Dashticz V2.0
For this there is the file <dashticz v2 folder>/custom/custom.js you can edit.

There is a predefined function which will be called when the dashboard got all device informatie, named: afterGetDevices()
You can enter code inside this function which you want to be called.

Of course, you can also use stuff like $(document).ready() etc...


function getExtendedBlockTypes(blocktypes)

Some blocktypes are filtered out by their distinct name and therefore will not produce the nice icons. Referring to "blocktypes.Name = {}" section in blocks.js.
Add the following function to show the icons and data-layout for blocks with your own names.

function getExtendedBlockTypes(blocktypes){
   blocktypes.Name['Maan op'] = { icon: 'fa-moon-o', title: '<Name>', value: '<Data>' }
   blocktypes.Name['Maan onder'] = { icon: 'fa-moon-o', title: '<Name>', value: '<Data>' }
   return blocktypes;
}



function getBlock_IDX(device,idx)

Want your block to show up differently then Dashticz generates and do you have a little bit of coding skills?
Add to custom.js one of the examples:

function getBlock_233(device,idx){ //change 233 to the idx of your device!
   $('.block_'+idx).attr('onclick','switchDevice(this)');
   var html='';
   html+='<div class="col-xs-4 col-icon">';
      if(device['Status']=='Off') html+=iconORimage(idx,'fa-toggle-off','','off icon');
      else html+=iconORimage(idx,'fa-toggle-on','','on icon');
   html+='</div>';
   html+='<div class="col-xs-8 col-data">';
   html+='<strong class="title">'+device['Name']+'</strong><br />';
   if(device['Status']=='Off') html+='<span class="state">AFWEZIG</span>';
   else html+='<span class="state">AANWEZIG</span>';

   if(_SHOW_LASTUPDATE) html+='<br /><span class="lastupdate">'+moment(device['LastUpdate']).format(_LASTUPDATE_FORMAT)+'</span>';
   html+='</div>';
   return html;
}


function getBlock_6(device,idx){ 
   $('.block_'+idx);
   var html='';
   html+='<div class="col-xs-4 col-icon">';
      if(device['Status']=='Off') html+='<img src="img/cust_away.png" class="off icon" />';
      else html+='<img src="img/cust_home.png" class="on icon" />';
   html+='</div>';
   html+='<div class="col-xs-8 col-data">';
   html+='<strong class="title">'+device['Name']+'</strong><br />';
   if(device['Status']=='Off') html+='<span class="state">AFWEZIG</span>';
   else html+='<span class="state">AANWEZIG</span>';

   if((_SHOW_LASTUPDATE && (typeof(blocks[idx])=='undefined' || typeof(blocks[idx]['hide_lastupdate'])=='undefined' || blocks[idx]['hide_lastupdate']===false)) || (!_SHOW_LASTUPDATE && (typeof(blocks[idx])!=='undefined' && typeof(blocks[idx]['show_lastupdate'])!=='undefined' && blocks[idx]['show_lastupdate']==true))  ){
          html+='<br /><span class="lastupdate">'+moment(device['LastUpdate']).format(_LASTUPDATE_FORMAT)+'</span>';
   }
   html+='</div>';
   return html;
}



function getStatus_IDX(idx,value,device)

Just like the function to take action on change of a value, now is extended functionality to do something with a block when it has a specific value.
Example, add a red background to a switch when energy usage reaches a limit.
First you'll have to find the correct IDX for the device. To find the correct IDX number, use http://domoticz_url:8080/json.htm?type=devices&filter=all&used=true , you get an overview of the devices, IDX and it's corresponding parameters.
After you have the correct IDX, you can add this device to the custom.js according to the following example:

function getStatus_145(idx,value,device){
   if(parseFloat(device['Data'])>23){
      $('div.block_145').addClass('warning');
   }
   else {
      $('div.block_145').removeClass('warning');
   }
}

function getStatus_286(idx,value,device){
   if(parseFloat(device['Data'])>4){
      $('div.block_286').addClass('warningblue');
   }
   else {
      $('div.block_145').removeClass('warningblue');
   }
}


And in custom.css add your css, according to this example:

.warning {
   background: rgba(199,44,44,0.3) !important;
    background-clip: padding-box;
}

.warningblue {
   background: rgba(45,119,204,0.3) !important;
    background-clip: padding-box;
}


Or if you like a blinking version:

.warning {
   background: rgba(199,44,44,0.3) !important;
   background-clip: padding-box;
   border: 7px solid rgba(255,255,255,0);
   -webkit-animation: BLINK-ANIMATION 1s infinite;
   -moz-animation: BLINK-ANIMATION 1s infinite;
   -o-animation: BLINK-ANIMATION 1s infinite;
   animation: BLINK-ANIMATION 1s infinite;
}

@-webkit-keyframes BLINK-ANIMATION {
   0%, 49% {
      background-color: rgba(199,44,44,0.3);
      background-clip: padding-box;
      border: 7px solid rgba(255,255,255,0);
   }
   50%, 100% {
      background-color: rgba(199,44,44,0.7);
      background-clip: padding-box;
      border: 7px solid rgba(255,255,255,0);
   }
}

.warningblue {
   background: rgba(45,119,204,0.3) !important;
    background-clip: padding-box;
   border: 7px solid rgba(255,255,255,0);
   -webkit-animation: BLINK-ANIMATION-BLUE 1s infinite;
   -moz-animation: BLINK-ANIMATION-BLUE 1s infinite;
   -o-animation: BLINK-ANIMATION-BLUE 1s infinite;
   animation: BLINK-ANIMATION-BLUE 1s infinite;
}

@-webkit-keyframes BLINK-ANIMATION-BLUE {
   0%, 49% {
      background-color: rgba(45,119,204,0.3);
      background-clip: padding-box;
      border: 7px solid rgba(255,255,255,0);
   }
   50%, 100% {
      background-color: rgba(45,119,204,0.7);
      background-clip: padding-box;
      border: 7px solid rgba(255,255,255,0);
   }
}


More about other json commands, you can find in the Domoticz wiki: http://www.domoticz.com/wiki/Domoticz_API/JSON_URL%27s#Get_all_devices_of_a_certain_type


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