How To Create a Project
Creating a Custom Remote
Our goal is to provide comprehensive tutorials for creating custom remotes. For now, there are a couple of tutorials on our main website and documentation on github.
- Tutorials: https://www.unifiedremote.com/tutorials/tags/Custom Remotes
- Documentation: https://github.com/unifiedremote/Docs
Installing a Custom Remote
- Download the zip file for the custom remote
- Open the server manager: http://localhost:9510/web
- Drag-drop the zip file into the manager
Sharing a Custom Remote
Also see the this remote for an example on what it could look like.
A list of the current features of the remote. Be detailed this will help the users of the remote to know what they are downloading.
If there is any special configuration or installation steps required to use the remote.
If any special software or operating system is required to make the remote work.
A list of things that is planed to be added to the remote in the future. If this list is kept up to date people do not need to ask in the thread for things that is already planed.
Add a link to the latest version of the remote for easy download. Do not use any upload sites that requires a account or waiting to be used. If unsure use the provided file upload feature of the community.
- Uploading files
Use the built in file uploader to upload all files. Up to 10MB are allowed. If more is needed please let us know. To upload the files as a zip file that contains all the needed files for a remote before you submit.
- Uploading files
It is preferred if all remotes are published on Github our similar since this will help the community grow. If it is published please add a link.
Add a few screenshots of the remote to help users see what they should expect when downloading the remote.
Sharing Code Snippets
For short code snippets, you can use a code black instead of attaching a file.
This makes it easy to view and copy the code.
remote.foo = function () libs.keyboard.press("win"); end