Soon after having found out how to trigger one TP-Link HS100 smartplug , the most frequently asked question in the comments has been ¿how can I power On/Off multiple devices from ITFFF? Probably the second to most request in the mind of all is related to the TOKEN that will eventually expired sooner of later, making it a hassle to edit all your IFTTT applets manually… Until now! Read and Follow me!
In my previous post we saw how we can control a TP-Link HS100 smart plug from command line from anywhere on Internet, without having to rely on the Kasa app, which unleashes a new world of possibilities. In this post we’ll see how to switch the plug On/Off directly from IFTTT, without any third-party component, nor without any other device at home other than the smart plug itself.
Azure App Service scalability: How do they do it? We usually understand well what scalability is, but how is it achieved technically?
Discover how Microsoft is leveraging Ubuntu and Docker to implement their new Azure PaaS offering: “App Service on Linux”.
This is the second post of a series, on Azure App Service Architecture. The first one introduced the concepts of App and Plan, what are the Pricing Tiers and Instance Sizes. This one will give some more details on how I understand the service plan are architected internally.
This is the first post of a series on Azure App Service Architecture. This one introduces the concepts of Apps, and Plans, what are the Pricing Tiers and Instance Sizes. The second post will give some more details on how I understand the service plan are architected. The 3rd post looks at how…
This is about a small personal initiative: I was looking for a solution to backup some Linux servers that I have, at home and in the cloud. Ideally, my requirements were: Backup should be offsite, preferably in the cloud Solution should support some kind of backup policies (full, incremental, and…