if you share your email I can send you the device and smart app files that I use.
However, last time @Guy1992 has used it he had to change it to make it work fine.
I am away from home now so I am not able to test it.
Maybe it would be better if you get instructions from @Guy1992
no a good solution, becouse at the end of 2020 the classic app will be discontinued and no longer used. I hope that developers think about this every day, in order to update their work with the new app
Everyone has been thinking about it… Unfortunately SmartThings literally just opened the CLI custom capabilities beta (read: the stuff developers need to migrate things like this) two weeks ago and are just now able to unpack whats available and how it works.
Give them a little time and patience to figure it out.
He’s not wrong - until all these capabilities are available - it’s trash. I have to use both to get access to all the features in my particular installation. But, that said the CLI stuff looks promising…
Not exactly a fair question. WebCoRE IS the ‘anything like Core on new app’ version that works with NewApp and the spiritual successor to CoRE. I use Webcore with newApp all the time. So if you’re discounting WebCoRE - no. Otherwise, Yes, it’s WebCoRE. WebCoRE’s current publicized plan includes updating WebCoRE to use the Rules API announced at last year’s dev conference ‘sometime in the future’ - but that’s dependent on the Rules API supporting variables and a few other things that it doesn’t have yet* (I say yet, because the Rules API guys have also said those features are planned). But, at least we know it (WebCoRE) has legs. CoRE doesn’t.
I managed to get this working somewhat. I can add it to the SmartThings app and run it manually by activating it with the button. However, I am unable to create a scene; everything works right up to the point of saving. The test completes successfully but when I try to save I get a vague “A network or server error occurred” error message.
Trying it in the classic app, I can add and save the app if I do not select my botvac. When I do I’m met with an even more ambiguous ‘Error saving page’. So I’ve just left that alone.
I have came here to download and use the app as an end user but I am a software developer incidentally so I’m prepared to dig deeper into this and learn more if anyone would be so kind to provide me some guidance or signpost me to how I can begin to debug this. (plsnobully)
I am completely green here - I only became aware that Samsung had a SmartThings API today I’d like to avoid having to spend hours learning this but I’ll look into whatever is necessary to know to get this working.
Since I migrated to the new app the NEato app doesn’t control SHM anymore, guessing this is due to the SHM for the new app is different…
Tried setting up automations for “listening” to the Neatos switch and then changing mode to Armed (Home) mode doesn’t seem to work.
And I wouldn’t even know how to configure Armed when off as it’s so many variables.
is there any update on integration with the new app? im on the edge of getting a D7 but wondering how this now works with Smartthings now that ive been pushed over to the new app and stuck with a few basic things not working as they should, so worried about anything more complex.