Some of you will recognize this question, it’s a relative of one I’ve been working on for years!
I’m trying to get a notification into an iPhone via local network - a mesh particle device (or non-mesh, really) decides it needs to notify me, and does so, without access to the particle cloud, APNS, or 3rd party cloud systems.
I’m trying to start over with this concept, maybe it’s using an MQTT broker hosted locally on a Raspberry Pi? Or a way to send (and receive) a UDP or TCP message on my phone in close to realtime. Local particle cloud?
Assumptions are a working wifi network, current iPhone, and Particle device of some sort. Happy to put a Ras Pi in the equation if necessary. I have the ability, though limited, to make my own IOS app, and have successfully connected an app I’ve made to receive Particle data before(but want to cut out the cloud side of things).
Does anyone have a working example of a local notification system from Particle device to IOS?