@jody.albritton, finally I have some better internet connection and managed to log in to the developer workspace. My concern was the “organization” assignment. Previously (months ago) when I logged in, I had to assign myself to an organization. I see that restriction has been removed, and I can create project, device profiles etc. It is indeed really impressive. (Maybe we should move this discussion to a different topic.)
By looking through the developer workspace menus and at the functions it makes more sense the integration to the new app. Indeed, I am really impressed. It feels a bit awkward after the groovy way, but makes sense and probably gives at the end a better end user experience. I am away from home, but I have a NodeMCU with me, so I will try to build a basic project with the example what you have linked above.
The only disappointment what I have is the list of capabilities and the documentation. There are capabilities what are in use by some of the official new integrations, ie. Audio Notification, by the new Sonos LAN Websocket DH, but it is neither documented nor listed on the place where the device profile has to be defined.
Actually most of the capabilities of the Sonos DH are not documented in the developer workspace documentation, but listed in the old SmartThings documentation pages only, and that is obsolete, I guess.
And just for @prjct92eh2, Jimmy, you need to log in and start to build a device profile. It gives you the new UI options how it will look like the integration in the new app. You are going to like it.
Thanks again for the heads up! If you can give some details how is the Zwave/Zigbee integration can be done with the new capabilities and device profiles that would be great. (I had just limited time now, and I would really appreciate a pointer how could I integrate my DH of window shade/rolett controllers and some iTRVs)
Really great work! Thanks!