Someone has to ask it

All right, I understand that you don’t want/can give a date, nor a real roadmap, but can we at least ask what can we expect in the next step? UI? dashboard? or what else?

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The new dashboard will be released this weekend. This is part of sysapi.

  • System monitoring,
  • Service control (stopping and restarting)
  • User integrations.
  • The API is accessible over MQTT, WebSocket and http (webhooks)
  • The API can do anything the Dashboard can do + much more
  • Logs visible in the browser.

FUTURE RELEASES:

We will work in update information. We anticipate this to mature quickly.


Here is a shot of it without proper Icons. We’re still sorting them out.

Just a taste.

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Wow. I did’nt expect such an answer. I Just tried. :laughing:

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Probably this time tomorrow we’ll be ready to release this. Part one.
It’s not the whole package, but it’s a start.

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It’s looking pretty nice! Are we likely to see the native device manager/automation engine anytime soon though?

It’s what we’re working towards.

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I was going to ask the same thing. Even though I’m enjoying all the tinkering related to nodeRED, z2m and zwave-js-ui, I don’t see Core gaining traction without a proper rules based automation engine. Don’t get me wrong, I like what I see so far, but at the same time I know most people have better things to do than play with nodes, javascript functions and the like.

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