I found a typo in your example : https://<mycontrollerip>:8334/mylib/gauge.min.js
Using https://<mycontrollerip>:8443/mylib/gauge.min.js it works !
Congratulations for MyController !
not really, I sent a request and got 3 replies.
I discovered that OpenHab was enabled at the same time even if I removed the gateway from its things (just wanted to give it a try), so I just unistalled it and the problem disappeared.
For a while...
I was using MYSController for real time debugging of my sensors, but without enablig the "RX only" mode.
Once enabled the RX only mode, the problem disappeared completely.
So, there's nothing wrong with MyController, but rather a weird scenario caused by me.
Enabling ACK on both sensors and Mycontroller I could figure out what was going on.
So, false alarm, sorry !
I have some additional information.
I added a S_INFO child to the GPS sensor and sent the position as text. MyController gets confused again.
I suspected that the semicolon ; can generate confusion in the parser, so in the text information I changed the semicolon ; with a pipe | separator and the text is reported correctly.
@jkandasa thanks for your kind answer.
It's what I imagined.
My use case is: Recreational vehicle equipped with 15-20 nodes to monitor resources like air quality, water, batteries, power supplies and chargers, gas, temperature&humidity, gps, heading and inclination and so on.
So, it's a Smart Mobile Home !
I chose to build a display node just because the white background of the web interface does not fit really well (too much light during the night, annoying when you drive. But I would have avoided it if I only could since it's time and nerves consuming, and buy a couple of cheap tablets instead.
But since I am there, I'd like to keep on using it, so if we could increment it it would be super nice. The same applies to operations and to dashboard, since it'a hard to pick the proper sensor variable when you have about 200 sensor variables, and growing.
Thanks in advance and keep up the good work !
@jkandasa I am using nRF24L01. since the distance is short and there are no RF obstacles.
Most sensors are base on the Keywish RF-NANO, which is very convenient for non-battery supplied applications.
The serial gateway itself is just an RF-NANO plugged into the Raspberry Pii where MyController is running.
So far I've developed:
with Arduino Mega + nRF (maybe I'll migrate to ESP32 using WiFi)
Lights, relays, door locks and alarms to come.