@Emenike It is free. There are no api keys needed. You go to the main Metcheck page, select your location for the weather location you want to use, then towards the bottom of the page is a button labeled 'JSON'. Click that button and it gives you a url to use (just modify the script above for the url it gives you) Sripts are under Utiliries menu in my controller main page. After that manually running the script fetches data fine, but from there on you will need jkandasas help as this is as far as I have got.
@skywatch This could be a nice idea. But I never experienced this kind of setup.
Can you assign node id for NRF24l01+ which is attached with RPI? AFAIK, it should be a gateway node right? If yes, we should not have more than one gateway node in a network.
My other easy solution, Keep RPI with a private wifi router, hide ssid and do not connect to the internet. In this case, you can have a controller in one place and from another place you can access the controller via your private router.
@skywatch I guess the color will work only with "A sensor graph", Not for grouped and mixed. In these graphs colors will be chosen randomly(we may have more than one same type variable in these graphs).
@skywatch thanks for the feedback. Option #1 will be good.
unfortunately, we cannot support Option #2, whole system backup. We can run MyController on many platforms(Linux, Windows, Mac, etc.,), it is very difficult to maintain the backup code.
@ragflyer I have fixed @cimba007 solution. yet to fix it fully.
Your log says something like your trying on the corrupted database. can you copy the running database and try again. Kindly do a backup before any actions.
I will try to publish json API. We can use it anywhere.