I am trying to create a Siri Shortcut which calls an URL to open my curtains powered by a Brel motor. Homewizard massively failed at this so I bought the Homey a few weeks ago.
Now, by pulling the token from the Homey Developer portal I managed to open/close the curtains by calling my local Homey IP with that token. But that token will obviously expire at some point.
So how would I obtain a new token from my Homey? I don’t need it to work over the internet, just on my local network.
It baffles me there is no official documentation on this to be honest
To execute Flows via siri Schortcuts I use webhooks. Works great.
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With API i assume you mean Homey’s API? Didn’t you already manage that by pulling the token?
Also i don’t really understand the question how you should do that the next time…Is there any reason to assume that the same method will not work the next time?
Besides that, i am just curious, what official documentation do you mean and from who? Brel? Siri/Apple? Athom? Some web standard authority?
I assume you mean the “webhook” mechanism that’s offered by the Logic flow cards (“A webhook was received”)?
So you’re saying the token does not expire? Seems odd.
Anyway, I didn’t realize I could use a webhook so I’ll look into that, must be quite a bit easier too.