Beta Release of our Configuration Service

I’m happy to announce that we now have a beta release of our Transit Appliance configuration service available at http://service.config.transitappliance.com/

Currently it only supports TriMet (and Portland Streetcar, since Streetcar is included in the TriMet GTFS file). So you will only have a meaningful experience within the TriMet service district.

It is capable of creating both bookmarkable browser configurations and configurations for the Infocast ‘appliance’. Paired with this release we have a new version of the Infocast boot stick that calls the new service to get its configuration.

As promised, the project has been open sourced (under an Apache 2.0 license) and has a hosting page on Google Code.

Looking forward to feedback!

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5 Responses to Beta Release of our Configuration Service

  1. Matt says:

    I’d like to note that the config service now works with much more than just TriMet.

  2. Aaron says:

    I’ve been tinkering with getting an 8″ Infocast working with your v1.0 build and the config service, adn the only time it worked OK was when I inadvertently deleted the device config. :)

    Now I can’t log in and edit it.
    MAC: 00:24:23:18:0A:03

  3. Aaron says:

    My Infocast works very well now that I have the right S/W.
    Is there a way to get it to reconnect if it loses its WiFi connection?

  4. Chris Smith says:

    That happens occasionally for me. I have not found a fix other than cycling power on the unit.

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