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SmartHome Integration

I am seriously looking at iKettle3 and would like to integrate it into my SmartHome.

In oder to avoid too many Apps and Tools, I would like to integrate iKettle via WEB/REST-API into my FHEM or OpenHAB or OpenAssistant.

Is there an API-description you are able/willing to share with me/developers?

Would be a nice promotion for your product in that community.

Thanks!

Bernd

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    Darko Mijić

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    Thibault Lacroux

    I'm waiting for this functionnality before buying too. I'd love to have my coffee machine into Home-Assistant.

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    sux bud

    IFTTT are now charging for their service, might be worth opening up that API now cause that's the only reason many of us bought your kettles. If you opened up your API / allowed fully local connection then you'd have a whole new customer base.

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    Ian White

    IFTT is pricey too . I stopped using it given the speed issues but even if they resolved that, at $10 a month that's yet another non-free 3rd party that shouldn't be needed.

     

    It seems the whole api discussion has basically gone nowhere, which is a shame. 

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    Serhii Aksiutin

    The issue is this: Few years back, when Smarter was just starting out, they had a major security flaws, where anyone with little command line knowledge could access your wifi password in minutes. Received lots of criticism. So no wonder they are over precautious now. Another thing their support is not very placental to deal with so I assume there is a gap in company's culture and consumer-business relationships. 

    By the way my kettle had died in August (less than a year from day of purchase) and in October they might have another one in stock to replace it 🤯 So you can get a sense of what I am talking about here..

    P.S. I use Siri Shortcuts to go about smart part of this product.

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    sux bud

    That's unlucky, our kettle has been going strong since 2017. I imagine you are correct about the cautious approach which explains why they've gone for an electricimp board/service. Ive been using the IFTTT integration and webhooks to integrate the kettle with Home Assistant but with the new IFTTT fee it makes it an expensive integration. Fingers crossed there is some movement and good luck with your replacement.

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    Zoran Sanković

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