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How to write your own chat dizmo with socket.io

This post is a response to the following question that we have being asked in one form or another: How can a dizmo reach out to connect with 3rd party systems? Or, is there a way that a dizmo can communicate with a server? The short answer is: Dizmo uses Webkit as its basis to […]

Dizmo joins RobotsConf 2014 as official sponsor

This year, dizmo participated at the RobotsConf as official sponsor. Although the conference is called RobotsConf, it is not just about robots, but it is far more comprehensive and covers also subjects like the Internet of Things or even fashion – anything that is touched by the Maker Movement. Dizmo’s booth at the RobotsConf. At […]

The answer to our #competition “how did we do it” edition #1

We asked you in our contest #HowDidWeDoIT, to explain how we could drag a web page from on a tablet onto the table and back again as shown in the video below. The violet Pad projected on the table is shared with the tablet through dizmoLive, which allows real time sharing of one or more […]

Dizmo joins the “DigitalSTROM Developer and Integration Days”

On 3 and 4 December, the digitalSTROM-Alliance held its 5th Developer and Integration Days in Schlieren-Zurich. The subject for the Developer and Integration Days was “integration of own applications into the digitalSTROM-system”, that is how to build system which integrates into the digitalSTROM-system to automate and control a building or a home. Around 50 developers […]

Develop dizmos – part 1: the beginning

This is the starting post of the series of how to become a dizmo developer. As the title says, I have started recently to develop dizmos. I am the head of delivery and a Ruby programmer. Essentially, a dizmo is a HTML page with all its assets concatenated, that is the HTML page is packaged […]