Electric imp-controlled 120VAC relay switcher

Posted on Wednesday, January 21st, 2015 in DIY by DP


An  electric imp-controlled 120Vac relay switcher project by Dillon Nichols:

 I updated my old GitHub project, Elec-Imp-Relay, to include my new code for the web app and electric imp files. The main index.html page is very basic and uses Google’s Web Starter Kit as the basis. Lines 9-13 allow the web app to be added to the iPhone Home Screen as an app and includes the link to the image I created from a coffee cup and the electric imp logo. Line 13 includes a link to the project because I am hosting the web app from GitHub pages and I need to specify the location of this particular icon. I used Google’s style sheets for the app with slight modifications and they include code for all the possible functions.

The source code is available on Github.

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