API Calls and Response Events

API Response Events  This article assumes that you are already familiar with sensor events. If not, please refer to this guide. API response event is a new type of external event, similar to sensor and datasource events. These can be set up anywhere where an API call is happening.  It can be an action bound to a sensor event.  It can be a widget click type on the Other tab on some widgets, in the Interaction (previously: Jump) section. (Where you would choose … Read More

Sample reports

Our WB server can call NodeJS scripts and pass over all the information for custom reporting. You can write your own script for the following events: Device Status Changed Event when the device goes online or offline { source: {}, … Read More

Sample applications

Sample datasource connectors (Facebook, Instagram, Feedly, Twitter, FB-workplace, spreadsheet) Connectors are NodeJs scripts that collects, refines and then returns data form a third-party API. All the connectors are built the same way, the only thing that is different between them … Read More

Create a dynamic widget

You can create your own custom widget using the NodeJS engine. In this case the script and the HTML content is inserted into an iFrame and displayed whatever is defined within it. To embed your NodeJS widget you have to … Read More

Create a Dynamic Datasource

You can use the NodeJS script to collect information from 3rd party datasources (e.g. external database or webservices) and return their values as a datasource table. This way you can integrate any datasource to the Wallboard system. When you call … Read More

NodeJS – High Level Overview

The NodeJS engine is running on your server behind our other services. It is published so not only can our devices access its services but anyone who has the link as well. Using our Template Package Our template package contains: … Read More