My Twine has been gathering dust for quite some time. Mostly because the available ruleset on the server isn't robust enough to do what I need it to do. It seems that Supermechanical is focusing effort on their thermometer rather than Twine.
Sorry, I don't know Xcode. I was using an Arduino to act on the GET reponse. I just parsed the response string for whatever was inside the brackets, then performed an action (if needed). It should be pretty straightforward to do that in Xcode as wel…
@Kenneth, here's a reporting issue update:
Christina from Twine has been helping me with my updating problems. She indicated that they have done some work on their side to improve connectivity. Also, she asked me to try a couple things to see if the…
The first thing I did with my Twine was get it talking to a PHP script. While it's not a Perl tutorial, the post I wrote about it might help: http://jpreardon.com/2012/11/11/first-twine-project/
You might try doing something similar to this: http://community.supermechanical.com/index.php?p=/discussion/264/twine-and-thingspeak-com
Thingspeak will plot the data for you and give you easy access to use the data in a different visualization.
Mine updates more than once, but it can go long periods of time without triggering a temperature change, even though the temperature is updated on the Twine website.
Tech support responded pretty quickly for me, but with no resolution yet. Perhaps …
I'm glad that blog post was useful for you guys. Is your Twine reporting temperature changes consistently? Mine isn't, I've opened a bug report with Supermechanical, I wonder if it is just a problem with my Twine.