Thing is still, the doorbell can’t be integrated at all to a smarthome as it is “just another App on the smartphone”. Nice! After my call, they removed the API part in the faq page. It seems like there’s enough interest that it might be financially worth someone’s time to put together a basic binding. I’m not the security guy, but I hope, that’s not so easy as it sounds. I am running them separate they are connected at all. Ive had a look and I think this is all possible in IFTTT but I don’t know how? I was wondering if anyone still looking at it. Im new here, so if you can, plese help me. What id like to do is enable motion snooze when I open the font door sensor (part of ST) thus when anyone leaves I dont get false motion alerts, And then when IFTTT see me enter an area around my home is also enables motion snooze for say 15 mins. Hey all, there are a number of “3rd party” APIs now available on github for ring doorbell, See https://github.com/tchellomello/python-ring-doorbell and https://github.com/davglass. - and the main reason I bought it then!). activate the doorbell of your home No i dont know more than Vizzini write, that now we can connect cia IFTTT, and thats is a start, it would be fun, if someone could help with a Binding. WILL THERE BE AN APPLICATION PROGRAMMING INTERFACE (API)? You want to: motion detection, camera, ring or chime etc. It’s not possible to use video or a still picture within a third party solution. Example - One Doorbell had motion at 8:12, the other at 3:44 but both show last activity as 20:12, It appears as if the ‘Last Activity’ shows for each doorbell on my account. Did you use the homebridge plugin? I would like to get more info on that. - and the main reason I bought it then!). What I had to do: put a simple Webcam next to the video doorbell and I use that videostream… sad, isn’t it? The API is in private beta at the moment, so client registration isn't available yet. The following FAQ answers many of the general questions about Ring products. We are looking into offering an API. This thread has thousands of views. With Ring doorbell there are a number of functions. I ended up installing this: https://python-ring-doorbell.readthedocs.io/ , but I’m not much of a coder, and I don’t quite know what to do with it. Without the API you’re not able to access the doorbell from your own servers (like openHAB). HASS-Home Assistant automation https://home-assistant.io/docs/. Thing is still, the doorbell can’t be integrated at all to a smarthome as it is “just another App on the smartphone”. There’s still no API available from ring as of today (promised for Dec 2015, though). Check out the API and docs section built by our developers, for developers. so I’m seriously thinking of replacing my doorbell with a “real” one, which offers API ootb and directly, Hey Thomas, which real one would buy instead of the ring!? I contacted Ring support, and they were saying no further plans for API at this date. Anyone have any ideas please ( in simple steps as my dev skills are virtually zero). I’m waiting for the next firmware update and then it’s ONVIF compatible, which integrates not only with openHAB, my Synology NAS and with Fritz.Box and my Fritz.Fon C5! I think you should be able to generate an OpenHab event through that service. I also plan to implement HC-SR04 on my Rain Harvest tank (~1000 gallons). Getting started with the RingCentral Developer Platform is easy. None of that existed when I figured it out. I have an old doorbot and have integrated it with OH2 via myopenhab and IFTTT. #perfect, Guys I got HA installed with the ring doorbell pro. I’ve got it working via IFTTT, but the latency in the order of minutes… not very useful in this case. At this time there is no estimate for availability. Not that you shouldn’t get a Doorbird if that’s what you’d prefer, but please start a new topic to discuss Doorbird/openHAB compatibility rather than hijack this one.