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The input pin is specified by the variable MODE_INPUT_PIN on line 12. The input from the pin is read in the get_switch_mode function starting on line 47.I recently got a couple CHIP's myself, and was wondering how this project would run on one of them. Let me know how it turns out!
Of course! Best of luck to you and let me know if I can be of any help!
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I actually tried scanning some books when I was developing the system just because I had a couple lying around. Not only did it work, but for some reason OutPan had the titles of the two books I scanned (the books were A Game of Thrones and Red Seas Over Red Skies).If you want to scan ISBN's you'll need to do a little bit of adjusting to the upc api. Right now the 'validatePostBodyUpc' and 'validateQueryStringUpc' nodes check to see if the input upc is a number between 12 and 15 digits, and if it is not it will throw a 400 and will not continue processing. An ISBN format will fail because it contains dashes, so you'll need to change those nodes to allow for that.
Currently, the UI I made just reads and displays the data, but my goal is to add edit capabilities to the UI sometime soon.The code that I re-purposed for the UI (found at https://editor.datatables.net/examples/advanced/RE...) actually included functionality to bind a REST API call to a button. If you wanted to edit anything more than the count, though, you'd need to add another endpoint to your node-red api that would allow you to edit other fields for a upc as well.And if you are already adding attributes for your upc's, might as well submit that information to OutPan so we can improve their api. All you have to do is make a simple POST request. The documentation for how to do that can be found at (https://www.outpan.com/developers).
While Google has a third party API for most of their products, Google Keep is not one of them. It looks like this is something that a lot of developers want, and hopefully we will see Google come out with one sometime in the future.I don't know of any other way to communicate with Google Keep beyond that.
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