Developers can manually configure all text descriptions in the mobile application for their device in different languages. The end-user will get a localized version of the interface depending on the language settings of the application on his mobile device.
The Dashboard page of the developer’s cabinet has received improved charts, which have become more convenient and informative.
A developer can default use charts to control the status of all their products.
The developer can also choose an individual product to present information on the Dashboard page.
Staging is a mechanism that allows developers to test firmware updates with users who have agreed to be beta testers. If the vendor wants to use this mechanism, they need to enable staging in the device settings.
The tester user also needs to enable staging for the device in the mobile app. In this case, it will automatically receive the firmware versions that the vendor uploaded to the platform without publishing changes.
In the firmware settings, a list of options has appeared for choosing the method of pairing the device with the mobile application. Developers can now use non-Wi-Fi pairing if their project requires it.
Developers who use ESPHome to write ESP32 device firmware can use pre-made templates. Templates are ready-made firmware for several simple devices. The code can be used as is or modified to suit your project.