In the past few weeks HomeKit has been tested by a select group of beta testers. Everything is working great and we submitted the app for public release last week but unfortunately it was rejected due to a technicality.
It came to our attention that the general license agreement had been outdated before the approval process was complete, the license agreement has now been updated and as soon as we receive an approval we will resubmit the app for public release.
In other words the HomeKit release is just around the corner. As soon as this happens we will push automatic firmware updates to your Hub LR’s and all you need to do is download the latest version of the app and you’ll be able to get started! We are however unsure when we can get the new approval, hopefully soon.
@c-bayardcarlson sorry I don't understand what you mean by "there isn't any actions to click even though I have them set up in IFTTT."
The Flic app doesn't list your recipes in IFTTT. The only thing you do in the Flic app is to activate IFTTT for that button, so that a trigger event will be sent to IFTTT. Then it's up to IFTTT's servers to do something with that event.
The HTTP header does contain the following information: button-serial-number; button-battery-level; button-name. I agree it would be nice if it also included the button-action. I just put the info in the URL (eg flic/1/click) so I don't have to set a body. I then handle this in Node Red where I can specify the endpoint as flic/:from/:action and it pulls the parameters out for me automatically.
@mark-burton Yep we are working all the time to improve the software, including adding support for Sonos playlists. Lately adding HomeKit support has taken up quite much of our time. Right now things are going slower duing the summer holidays though, but you can be sure we will release a range of new features this autumn.
Where 192.168.0.12 will be replaced by the IP address of your NAS. You can find this by looking at the 'connected devices' page on your router. 8080 is the port that Domoticz listens to. If you haven't changed this it should stay the same.
The 'Headers' and 'Body' of the Internet Request will then depend up the authentication that you've set up and the device and command that you want to control.This link API should be useful.
For example: to toggle a switch with an id of 99 you would sent the command in json of:
For all who have the same problem as me, i just find a way to connect Ikea Tradfri with Flic. First, make sure that you have all your apps updated. I've uninstalled Flic app and reinstall it. And now Flic app accept my Tradfri accessories.