"https://apiflowerpower.parrot.com/sensor_data/v3/sync"will return a list of all locations (among other data).However, locations do not contain measured sensor data.To get that, you need to retrieve samples.
@ParrotAdmin Hello! That my reply above - it's NOT a solution! As I wrote, there is no locations data (which should contains data from sensors/predictions)!
Yes, this method works, but for me it returns only sensors data. No locations object in the JSON.
The URL in the middle/grey column of the documentation page seems to be invalid (gives a 404 error).Fortunately the URL in the right/black column (Python code) works (at least as of today 2016-06-03):'https://apiflowerpower.parrot.com/sensor_data/v4/garden_locations_status'
I'm working on some project with Flower Power API and have found the documentation contains bugs...
API specs: http://developer.parrot.com/docs/flowerpower/
Is it official docs? If no, where I can find the one?
If so, what about this method:
It's definitely wrong description...
Also, I've found a node.js module for this API: https://github.com/Parrot-Developers/node-flower-power-cloud/network
Not sure if it's official Parrot's module.
Among other methods, the module uses this one:
Which is not documented on the page and doesn't seems it's working "as is".
I'm just want to find a method which can tell me the latest "advices" for specific plant. (Need to moisturize or not yet and so on).
Thanks in advance!
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