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    jupepe

    Hi,
    In our Mango system we should change the value of the target point based on the value of the two source points. We should show the alarm message in the public view to the end user immidiately after the value is over the low limit.
    We try to use point linking, but we need to also get the current value of two source points (source2.value) to change the target value.

    if (source.value > source2.value) return true; return false;
    // source is measured humidity value
    // source2 is static value set by the Mango user as a low limit to Alarm
    

    We try to use "Point Linking", but It's not possible to use two source points there?
    Any other hints how to implement this?

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    jupepe

    We like to link the places of our sensors in a map (like Google Maps).
    Also easier copying of the same JavaScript code for Meta Points that are using different sensors. This feature is needed in the future if we have a hundred sensors that measure humidity, temperature and airflow connected into the Mango Server.

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  • J
    jupepe

    We need a lighter UI for mobile phone's browsers.
    Some demands are:
    -Page size should be much smaller.
    -Client-side scripting only as much as needed.
    -AJAX isn't needed
    The user use only his mobile phone's browser to check out different values and he could also switch sensors on/off.
    Of course it's possible to use MySQL data directly from PHP, but it would be nice to have this mobile UI with Mango.

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  • J
    jupepe

    Hi,
    In our Mango system we should change the value of the target point based on the value of the two source points. We should show the alarm message in the public view to the end user immidiately after the value is over the low limit.
    We try to use point linking, but we need to also get the current value of two source points (source2.value) to change the target value.

    if (source.value > source2.value) return true; return false;
    // source is measured humidity value
    // source2 is static value set by the Mango user as a low limit to Alarm
    

    We try to use "Point Linking", but It's not possible to use two source points there?
    Any other hints how to implement this?

    posted in User help read more
  • J
    jupepe

    I think that you should not directly change Mango's existing view components but instead of that to create new mobileView components.
    So you should create your own tag and view files to somehow add on the existing codebase. And in the mobile view you just select use this lightweight non-Ajax view layer after you login to system (or even before that?).
    But technically I don't exactly know how to do it?

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  • J
    jupepe

    Client-side for mobile devices could be HTML, CSS and also some JavaScript functionality could be there.
    If we integrate this UI into Mango then we should develop it using Java so that it could be included into Mango server as a "alternative Mobile-View" in the future.
    I think also that all graphics should be generated in server-side using some open-source Java library.
    If we start to plan that "thin UI layer" where we should start our research if we are talking about the source code of the server?

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    jupepe

    Thank you for the information.
    We try general JavaScript functions and JSON export/import functionality.
    About mapping: I mean that how we can show the places of the sensors in a Google Maps or other Web 2.0/Map application (like openstreetmap). That view would be public.

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  • J
    jupepe

    We need a lighter UI for mobile phone's browsers.
    Some demands are:
    -Page size should be much smaller.
    -Client-side scripting only as much as needed.
    -AJAX isn't needed
    The user use only his mobile phone's browser to check out different values and he could also switch sensors on/off.
    Of course it's possible to use MySQL data directly from PHP, but it would be nice to have this mobile UI with Mango.

    posted in Wishlist read more