So I am making a HTTPS HTML5 Web App, and I was having problems getting HTML5 Application Cache working on iOS when adding the App to home screen. In Chrome and Safari Mobile everything was working fine, but when i added the App to the Home Screen, NETWORK resources stopped working. After hours of de-hairing, I figured out that the problem was that I was using a self-signed SSL certificate. Since this is just an internal web app for controlling my home, I didn’t want to pay for an SSL certificate for each of my subdomains, so I created my own CA-certificate. I linked this with my server SSL certificate for my web app server and added the CA certificate to my profiles on the iPhone. Now safari accepts my server SSL cert, and the Home Screen web app does too. Success!
libxcomfort is an open source library for controlling Moeller / Eaton’s xComfort devices through the CKOZ-00/03 USB dongle. Currently RS232 is not implemented, only the USB protocol. It can currently be used for:
Getting/setting the dim value.
Starting/stopping gradual up/down dimming
Turning actuators/dimmers hard on/off.
Some other commands like reporting temperatures/measurements have been partially reverse engineered but not implemented.
Hatt det litt moro med HTML/CSS. For en stund tilbake slengte jeg sammen en proof of concept klone av ATB sin Mobillett-app implementert som web-app. Genererer automatisk en billett, men man kan også hastekjøpe en billett gjennom eksisterende Mobillett konto med penger på dersom denne har blitt registrert på siden. Da vil den vise en gyldig billett fra din konto! Barcode inneholder også gyldig data fra billetten. Fungerer utmerket på iPhone.