This is now working (at least I can program my flic2 to do this through the app on iPad) along with Mouse and Keyboard commands
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RE: Flic Hub and Internet Request
Hi there Stefan.
What you're asking should be fairly simple though may require a bit of work to find out the ID's of everything that you are going to trigger.
What you are going to do is make an Internet Request (usually a POST) to your Domoticz . So the URL to select will be:
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:
I'm still learning myself but hope this helps
Launch iOS Shortcuts
With iOS 12 iPhone and iPad users got the ability to create a whole slew of actions that they can trigger with a word, but all of these actions are also available to flic.
You do this by giving the flic app (on your iPhone or iPad) the instruction of:
New Action/Phone Control/Safari (open a website)
and then giving the URL
if you want to pass a parameter then add &input=[input]
The first time that this is run the app asks if it’s OK to open Shortcuts but after that it’s just click and go!
RE: Launch Waze app for iPhone?
Very old post but relevant to others. The way to launch an app is to open the url of the app that you want, with a 'deep link' if that app supports it. So to open Waze you want to select: New Action/Phone Control/Safari (open a website)
with the URL of https://waze.com/ul?
You can find details of how to send a parameter to waze here https://developers.google.com/waze/deeplinks/
RE: ACTION: POST HTTP Request with form data
As with so many technical requests your question isn't really clear enough as to what the problem is. It looks like you're using Postman to generate the code and wanting to post a multipart form. I can only point you to
You have my sympathies, curl is not the easiest to understand and API documentation rarely makes it easy to understand exactly what's necessary.
RE: iOS App
For anyone that wants their iphone to make a telephone call with flic on iOS the way to do it is this.
Set the Action to be Safari / Open a website with the URL of
Hope that helps you!
Sorry my mistake. This only works for flic tasks from the activation center. Using a real flic still asks for dial confirmation. My error.