Set a value in a widget on the Blynk App e.g. Max Speed = 200
This value should then be sent to a variable on the hardware
This can be done using Blynk.Read and Blynk.Write but this will circumnavigate Particle.Cloud if I recall correctly, which is kind of besides the point Similar to how you would control GPIO pins from a Blynk dashboard I suppose, but would be ideal if I can send an integer value as apposed to having 4 virtual pins.
I have managed to get functions working from Particle Console... seeing now whether I can get the rest going as well. But really, amongst a whole bunch of other things you have to create 3 webhooks just to be able to toggle a led ?? Just feels like there has to be a simpler way to do it.
Below is an extract from the link on how to control device from Blynk;
Navigate to ‘Settings -> Webhooks’ and create three new webhooks, one each for the datastreams V7, V8, and V9, based on the information shown in the images below for V7, but substituting your Particle device ID and access token. The only difference between the three webhooks is the assignment of the V7, V8, and V9 datastream to the webhook, and the webhook name.
There is of course a hight probability that I am simply not understanding correctly It also seems you have to set up an account with a service like Postman... even further down the rabbit hole we go