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New API feature: retry after endpoint error

In order to have a common way of managing endpoint errors when the system pushes data, a new retry mechanism has been implemented.

The Push API will send data to the endpoint defined in the group configuration, and wait for a 200 code in return. If the system doesn't receive a 200 response, a new try will be done after 60 seconds. If the retry fails, an error is logged with the missed data and error code returned.

More information: Skiply Push API specifications
03/06/2019 11:21

Minor changes in Push API

The Skiply Push API has evolved to facilitate integration with third party systems like Zapier, and allow a common treatement between code mode and normal mode.

More information: Skiply Push API specifications
22/11/2018 10:37

Firmware update : check the new features of Smilio Action

The whole team is very happy to announce the release of the new Smilio Action firmware. This major release includes exclusive features and improvements.

New features

  • Code mode: you can now enter and transmit a code (maximum 6 digits). These codes can be confirmed by magnetic badge or sent without confirmation, after a configurable period of time. Thus, with a single Smilio Action box, you can send dozens of different requests, or identify a team member on site.
  • Redundancy: the code mode also allows you to transmit the code entered previously, so you can trace the history in case of missed radio frame by Sigfox or LoRa networks.
  • Pulse mode: you can implement Proofs of Concept with Smilio Action without having to store the states of the counters in order to calculate the increments. This mode is not recommended in production. However, it is perfect to build demonstrators in minutes with tools like Node-Red.

Functional improvements

  • Reinforcement of configuration frame validation mechanisms received by Downlink: in some cases, Smilio Action could crash when attempting to join the network with incorrectly configured downlinks.
  • Optimization of timers and LED for extended operation time without changing the battery.
  • Extended compatibility with some private LoRaWAN Networks Servers.

This new firmware will be implemented on all Smilio Action delivered after September 15th. Customers already equipped can contact us to know the modalities of update.

07/09/2018 14:25

Connected buttons Smilio Action are now Sigfox class 0 approved

After month of hard work, our technical team is proud to announce that our award winning product, Smilio Action, is now Sigfox class 0 approved (best rate possible). Beyond the functionnal side, this is the assurance for our customers to have a high performing radio system. Our connected buttons are dual mode: Sigfox and LoRa.

15/07/2018 08:50

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