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harleydude
May 9th, 2015, 10:21 PM
The Pushover Connector for Girder push messages to your Android or iOS device. The connector includes an action form to easily configure messages to be pushed to your devices. See the included manual for details. The Pushover Connector for Girder is free, however there is a charge of $5.00 for installing the application on your devices.

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harleydude
May 9th, 2015, 10:27 PM
I am using this to notify me when the arming state of my Elk M1 changes and to notify me of events like Trash Day or Recycle day.

quixote
May 25th, 2016, 04:59 PM
It took me a while to notice this thread, but I've been holding off on my Girder 6 purchase for a couple of reasons -- 1) my Elk XEP inexplicably died and 2) I never noticed an Elk plugin update for G6.
I was wondering if you ever updated your Elk plugin, or if you interface with it some other way.
Thanks.

watch
September 23rd, 2016, 09:03 AM
Ditto. I'm still using G5.1
Is there an ELK plugin for Girder 6 ?

papas_17
November 30th, 2016, 02:52 PM
is there a way to use this plugin in scripting to send messages like Twitter plugin ?

harleydude
December 8th, 2016, 05:33 PM
I use this in scripting.



local action = event["payloads"][2]
--print (action)
local msg = "Security system mode changed to " .. action

-- setup the three required fields of the request table:
local request = {
message = msg -- your message
}

-- Some optional parameters may be included: device, title, url, url_title, priority, timestamp, sound
-- Read more about the parameters on: https://pushover.net/api

-- send the request, don't forget to check the return values
pushover.backend.instance:sendmsg(request)

papas_17
December 9th, 2016, 01:18 PM
I use this in scripting.



local action = event["payloads"][2]
--print (action)
local msg = "Security system mode changed to " .. action

-- setup the three required fields of the request table:
local request = {
message = msg -- your message
}

-- Some optional parameters may be included: device, title, url, url_title, priority, timestamp, sound
-- Read more about the parameters on: https://pushover.net/api

-- send the request, don't forget to check the return values
pushover.backend.instance:sendmsg(request)


hi harleydude
thanks for your answer is it possible to make an example with all the details filed with false info of course , i am newbie with scripting and this will help me a lot .
thanks in advance
chris