I need to connect my ESP8266 with Google Home.
Now I use it with HTTP RESQUEST SHORCUTS.
I just need to be able to send an IP with password with Google Home.
Thank you very much.
Can you provide more details.
I’m not sure that I understood what you want to do exactly.
Thank you very much for answering.
Following your book I have created a device with Wemos D1 Mini Esp8266 that closes a relay for half a second to activate a garage door, sending an IP with the format 192.168.1.220:8888, which requires user and password and I use it through a button created with the HTTP Request Shortcuts application.
Now I need to press this button from the Google Home speaker by voice or know which application could execute this action or another equivalent.
Excuse my English. I use Google Translate to write in Spanish and translate to English.
So, you want Google Home to make a request on that IP address?
I’m not familiar with Google Home, so I’m not sure if I can help much in this situation.
However, if I understood your question correctly, I think this discussion is exactly what you’re looking for: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/58574089/google-home-ability-to-make-http-requests
I hope this helps.
Thank you very much Sara.
I think it could do.
Although I see it very complicated for me now. That is why I was looking for an app similar to HTTP REQUEST SHORCUTS, that is compatible or can be recognized by Google Home.
Anyway, thank you very much for your help and attention.
Are you familar with Sinric Pro? Simple way to control your IOT development boards like RaspberryPi, ESP8226, ESP32 or Arduino with Amazon Alexa or Google Home.
I used Sinric Pro to monitor the status of Garage door and interface to Amazon Echo:
“Alexa, ” Repeating ESP32/ESP8266 Alarm
There are many examples using ESP8266/ESP32 using Sinric Pro: