LxCommunicator 0.9.0.2

This library exposes all necessary classes to establish a secure and encrypted connection to a Loxone Miniserver.

Install-Package LxCommunicator -Version 0.9.0.2
dotnet add package LxCommunicator --version 0.9.0.2
<PackageReference Include="LxCommunicator" Version="0.9.0.2" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add LxCommunicator --version 0.9.0.2
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LxCommunicator.NET v0.9.0

This library exposes all necessary classes to establish a secure and encrypted connection to a Loxone Miniserver.
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LxCommunicator can be installed using NuGet

Disclaimer

  • Loxone Electronics GmbH doesn't provide any support for this library
  • Please submit an issue or file an pull request if you find any issue

Use LxCommunicator.NET

Use the namespace Loxone.Communicator and in case of handling events via websocket also Loxone.Communicator.Events
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The libary manages the requiring and refreshing of token authentication. Storing, loading and killing of tokens needs to be implemented by the application layer.

Use WecbsocketWebserviceClient

The WecbsocketWebserviceClient class handles a websocket connection with a Loxone Miniserver including token authentication and encryption.
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With this WebserviceClient implementation it is possible to receive live updates from the Loxone Miniserver via StateEvents
Example: .\LxCommunicator.NET.Example.Http\LxCommunicator.NET.Example.Http.csproj

Use HttpWebserviceClient

The HttpWebserviceClient class handles a Http webservice request with a Loxone Miniserver, including token authentication and encryption.
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With this WebserviceClient implementation it is possible to receive live updates from the Loxone Miniserver via StateEvents
Example: .\LxCommunicator.NET.Example.Http\LxCommunicator.NET.Example.Http.csproj

Note<br>Every Webservice that needs authentication is sent as encrypted webservice.<br>The Loxone Miniserver does not support encryption on every webservice, for example binary files or images are not supported.<br>For more detail please see our API documetation.

LxCommunicator.NET v0.9.0

This library exposes all necessary classes to establish a secure and encrypted connection to a Loxone Miniserver.
<br>
LxCommunicator can be installed using NuGet

Disclaimer

  • Loxone Electronics GmbH doesn't provide any support for this library
  • Please submit an issue or file an pull request if you find any issue

Use LxCommunicator.NET

Use the namespace Loxone.Communicator and in case of handling events via websocket also Loxone.Communicator.Events
<br>
The libary manages the requiring and refreshing of token authentication. Storing, loading and killing of tokens needs to be implemented by the application layer.

Use WecbsocketWebserviceClient

The WecbsocketWebserviceClient class handles a websocket connection with a Loxone Miniserver including token authentication and encryption.
<br>
With this WebserviceClient implementation it is possible to receive live updates from the Loxone Miniserver via StateEvents
Example: .\LxCommunicator.NET.Example.Http\LxCommunicator.NET.Example.Http.csproj

Use HttpWebserviceClient

The HttpWebserviceClient class handles a Http webservice request with a Loxone Miniserver, including token authentication and encryption.
<br>
With this WebserviceClient implementation it is possible to receive live updates from the Loxone Miniserver via StateEvents
Example: .\LxCommunicator.NET.Example.Http\LxCommunicator.NET.Example.Http.csproj

Note<br>Every Webservice that needs authentication is sent as encrypted webservice.<br>The Loxone Miniserver does not support encryption on every webservice, for example binary files or images are not supported.<br>For more detail please see our API documetation.

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Version History

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0.9.0.2 62 8/1/2019