Samsung Developer Conference (SDC) 2019 (October 29-30, 2019)

Unless something has changed, the current local processing is limited to the official smart lighting feature and a few parts of Smart Home Monitor.

No custom code runs locally.

Modes cannot be changed locally.

The Security features cannot be armed/disarmed locally.

Smart locks cannot be opened locally via automation with the new app.

The mobile app cannot communicate with the hub locally.

New automations cannot be added locally even if they would run locally once they were added.

Scenes do not run locally.

Notifications do not run locally.

So if you have predefined some automations that will not require location.mode changes or security.mode changes and you don’t need to do anything in the mobile app and you don’t need notifications and you aren’t using scenes and you don’t need ST to unlock the doors then, OK, some stuff will run locally. Otherwise you’re out of luck.

I suppose that’s technically greater than 0 but it’s not anything like the use cases advertised on the box or the website.

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Link to sessions here. They are still being added.
https://www.samsungdeveloperconference.com/schedule/

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There are also going to be interactive code lab sessions. I encourage everyone here to provide feedback about what they are most interested in hearing from the developer’s perspective. There may not be a session slated for it, but if there is enough interest in something we can try and have the answers during the code labs or when we are on the floor.

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Not sure what kind of business this is aimed at? Do it for me businesses? IoT startups? Multi family housing?
https://www.samsungdeveloperconference.com/schedule/session/1089277

This seems like a nice overview of the current and future state of SmartThings
https://www.samsungdeveloperconference.com/schedule/session/1089262

This is the first time i’ve heard SmartThings supporting MQTT
https://www.samsungdeveloperconference.com/schedule/session/1089281

Plugins discussion. Plugins are what the new app uses for the device UI.
https://www.samsungdeveloperconference.com/schedule/session/1089279

I think this was unveiled last year. The new cloud connector tools I believe are what a lot of the new brands in the new app are using.
https://www.samsungdeveloperconference.com/schedule/session/1089276

Tizen is still alive. Looks like Samsung is positioning it for other companies to use for their IoT products.
https://www.samsungdeveloperconference.com/schedule/session/1089246

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https://www.samsungdeveloperconference.com/schedule/session/1089278

This is an area of SmartThings I don’t typically think about
https://www.samsungdeveloperconference.com/schedule/session/1141137

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A session added for Works as a SmartThings Hub (WASH) program.


Sessions added back for the new Rules API and demo for webCoRE using the Rules API



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I didn’t know they were removed :slight_smile:

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Interesting read. Got two takeaways:

  1. access to the Rules API grammar and endpoint right after the SDC.
  2. Sunsetting Groovy may be closer than previously thought.

LOL

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Watch it live starting tomorrow…

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Looks kind of empty LOL

Early press access :stuck_out_tongue:

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Notice Tuya…

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@prjct92eh2 mentioned tuya yesterday in the New Brands thread :slight_smile:

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“We are supporting WebCoRE a popular web tool” and “have taken steps to integrate the new rules API into webCoRE” - good job @ady624 and team :slight_smile:

Webcore

For those interested in the evolution of webCoRE, @ady624 has been sharing some news and some thoughts over in the webCoRE community forum.

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Sure he did, but he had a ? at the end. It was now mentioned officially :slight_smile:

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