Using Google NestHub as GUI-Interface for your Printer
wildblue last edited by wildblue
1.) Own a Google NestHub.
2.) Visit https://demille.github.io/url-cast-receiver/#
3.) Start with "cast session", your NestHub displays an empty page.
4.) Enter the URL of your printer and choose "location"
5.) Confirm the URL with "send"
Your printer can now been controlled by your NestHub.
Maybe this can be automated in any way. This first information on using your NestHub as a display should inspire more developers beside myself to look into this.
For local execution you can
- grab the following .bin file,
- rename it to .zip,
- extract and play around with.
I made the selection of "location" default and updated the standard URL to fit my printer, but you can alter this in the .html file very easy. Finally i replaced the direct link at the bottom to the DWC of my printer, also.
Have even more fun!