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Blynk dashboard from web browser

I found an example to implement Blynk dasboard in HTML code written by @vshymanskyy here (https://github.com/vshymanskyy/blynk-library-js/tree/master/examples/browser). I tried the code, but it didn’t seem to work. So, I need confirmation here, is it supposed to be working or not anymore?

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I think this is related to this post.

I will need to check if it still works…

I hope it does, I really need an interface to interact with my ESP8266 from a Raspberry Pi, just like the app does.

Just updated the version - it should work now.
However, it is not intended to control another hardware, just line an app.
You can use bridges to achieve this.

Is it possible though to send a virtual pin value for other hardware?

it is

you can try it live http://rawgit.com/vshymanskyy/blynk-library-js/master/examples/browser/webpage.html

No, sorry for some reason it stopped working online for me.
Just get the latest version from npm and run locally

Yeah, I just did and it was awesome! Everything worked well, except the notification. I didn’t receive any notification when I pushed that Notify button. Any idea?

Update: Nevermind, they are here now. I guess it was due to my connection.

Ok, I got it. You have to access via http.
http://rawgit.com/vshymanskyy/blynk-library-js/master/examples/browser/webpage.html

Can we do Blynk.virtualWrite right from there? From web browser?

OK, I can confirm it works again on Chrome and Firefox.
Yes, you can - just check the example code.

Which folder https://github.com/vshymanskyy/blynk-library-js/tree/master/examples should I refer? nodejs or browser?

OMG, I’m such a dumbass… The thing I wanna ask from the first place is can we do something like bridge1.virtualWrite(V1, "hello") right in the browser?

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Hey did you ever figure this out?