@schoemmie that is perfect indeed. Now, here are a few examples to get you started, dont forget to change /full/path/ateg-one.jar to the full path on your system (e.g /home/pi/atrg-one.jar)
Creating a field with the current temp inside your home;
Devices - Add device - Name whatever you want - Class: Shellsensor.
java -jar /full/path/atag-one.jar --email email@example.com --password xxx | jq ‘.roomTemperature’
Lets say you want to display the outside temperature, do the same as before but change .roomTemperature with .outsideTemperature, like this;
java -jar /full/path/atag-one.jar --email firstname.lastname@example.org --password xxx | jq ‘.outsideTemperature’
Now add them to your frontpage and presto, there is your temperatures.
I bet you also want to control your thermostat, right?
Setup a dummy heater;
Devices - add device - name it Thermostaat - Class: DummyHeatingThermostat.
Disable everything except “guiShowTemperatureInput” put that one on yes.
Now, add the following rule to your system;
$thermostaat.temperatureSetpoint gets updated
execute "java -jar /full/path/atag-one.jar --email email@example.com --password p6ssw0rd --set $thermostaat.temperatureSetpoint"
Now you should be able to also control the thermostat. Keep in mind, it is untested so let me know if something is wrong.