I’ve noticed that I could benefit from having the ability to sync my hardware (Photon) and iOS app. However, when I try to use Blynk.syncAll(), I get compile errors when using the sketch provided in the documentation. It’s complaining that BLYNK_CONNECTED() cannot be declared without a type and that the member Blynk.syncAll() does not exist. Is there another way to read the current value of a control when starting the Photon application?
It’s an experimental feature. Not yet available for Photon, running only on our QA server.
Please wait until we test it out well.
OK. Thanks for the update!
Is there another way to read the current value of a control when starting the Photon application?
@Pavel Same question here. Just tried using this and saw it didn’t exist. Is there another way currently?
All hardware related questions would be better answered by @vshymanskyy
@vshymanskyy Do you have any info on this? I have a project that sleeps and it makes this feature very important.
Yes it is available but the corresponding library is not released yet. I’m going to make a release in a day or two
@vshymanskyy Is there any update to this?
Please try using the latest Blynk library in Web IDE
Looks good. Thank you for the library update!