SharpTools.io has been updated with support for custom dashboards! When you navigate to the Tiles interface, you’ll now be presented with the option to create a new dashboard where you can add tiles and rearrange them to your desired layout.
Please let me know how you like the new feature in the comments or via email!
Hey @josh. Can you do blank tiles? when i place a few tiles in the middle of a line and then save it they move over to the far left. be nice if they could ‘stick’ where i place them or have some blank tiles. Thanks
It would be great if we could create rows and add label to them. See attached picture example: All my things in the movie room are under that heading and all my things in office are under that heading. Thanks.
Thanks for the feedback! We’ve been looking into implementing a row functionality - it’s a bit more complex than originally expected as there are certain features we need to consider (like moving tiles between rows with the drag and drop functionality), but it’s on the hit list!
The concept can be used more broadly to integrate data from third party JSON sources as shown in this thread:
The nice thing about it being scalable is you can resize your base tile size to whatever you want. Some people will cut their base tile size down to 1/4 the default (40px) and then quadruple the dimensions on all their other tiles to bring them back to ‘nornal’. That lets them use extra small tiles wherever they please for things like these labels.
I don’t know what capabilities label tiles will have but I’m sure it will be a big upgrade. Here is an easy way to add icons without having to get any artwork as shown by several tiles on the left edge of this picture.
Hero Attribute tiles let you display any attribute from any device. They’re particularly convenient for custom device types, for device types that we don’t have an explicit tile for, or when you want to expose a specific a specific attribute that we don’t display on a tile.