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Could you provide some additional details on the purpose behind accessing these events from the Miele API? Are you looking to present a listing of device events (i.e. device disconnect/connect) information through an experience (web application) for your users, or are you looking to store information from the Miele endpoint for other uses? Any screenshots of your current workflow configuration will be helpful as well.
From our review of the Miele documentation, the eventing API can be accessed in Losant using a Timer Node and an HTTP node, configured as a GET request with the Miele API URL as part of the configuration. Once that data has been accessed, you can use a Device: State output node to store the information on your device’s payload.
I’ve built a very straightforward workflow using these nodes for your reference (see attached below). See the linked docs for information on importing a workflow into your application.
We have a few walkthroughs and documentation around the development of workflows accessing 3rd party APIs, including accessing streaming endpoints for SSE. Your best example for guidance will be our Losant Walkthrough, which provides step by step instructions for accessing a 3rd party API service (DarkSky) and using that data to develop a dashboard for displaying real-time weather information.
miele-3rd-party-api-test-develop.flow (3.2 KB)