by SVallant on 13.04.2020

For a quick start we developed a virtual server.

QR-Code DemoApp
QR-Code DemoApp

On this server there is a running ioBroker-Instance:

Loginname: demo
Kennwort: demo

As you see, the socket-io-Adapter is adjusted with port 9090:

The adapter responses on browser-queries with: Not Implemented

An example can be acessed by this link or by scanning the qr-code:


To develop a visualization go to: http://builder.minukodu.de/.

Our test-server is registered as default-ioBroker-instance.
With click on Connect you connect to ioBroker and read all states and the config-files.

Now you can select a configuration in the field config-file. After selecting the configuration will be loaded and shown in the browser.
You cannot edit or save the config-file demo_READONLY, please type in a new filename and click save.

With preview in new tab you can see minuVis with the chosen configuration in a new browser-tab.

To develop an own minuVis-visualization just connect to your own ioBroker-Instance with running socket-io-adapter. You can use the link from the new tab as well in other devices, like your smartphone.

We do not store any data of foreign ioBroker-Instances, neither on our test-server, nor on the webserver of the minukodu-builder. The Config-files are stored in the file-path of the socket-io-instance. minuVis stores the configuration in the localStorage of the browser.

The next article describes the installation of minuVis on your own server.