@abboberg Thx, and I do know that and used it in the past. I guess I forgot about this one. So much for remembering things. Of course, this means I need to configure each and every butten separately by hand instead of using the SDK for the whole hub.
@oskar I try to get the hub to communicate with Touch Designer. As I understood I need to fill in the correct IP and Port in the first line of the main.js
Unfortunately I can't get it to work. The console tells me that the message is sent but nothing happens in Touch Designer. Any hints on that?
All the best, Pascal
@martinm When an incoming FIN packet is received from the remote endpoint, the socket is automatically properly closed unless the allowHalfOpen option is set. If that option is set, the socket is properly closed at the time when both an incoming FIN has been received and the local user has called the end method on the socket (in any order). Nothing is done at garbage collection time, so if you use the allowHalfOpen property, remember to close the socket by calling the end method. If the allowHalfOpen is not set, you can still use the end method to send your own FIN packet.
@emil I had it previously set up so my phone was on my guest network and so was the Flic Hub. I couldn't access the site on my computer because my computer was on a different network. So I had to change the Flic Hub to be on that network.
This is awesome!