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stefan.mizzi
17-01-2016, 07:33
Hello there! :)

I had made this dash for pCars for sometime now but never had the chance to present it here.

This is a web dashboard which can be viewed from any of your monitors and any other network capable device (tablets, mobile etc) through a web browser (most tested with Chrome). You can also set port forwarding on your IP and this will enabled you to view the dashboard also from anywhere outside your network through your external IP.

What I also tried to achieve is that you can build your own dashboard, with your custom background images and colors as shown in the video below. You can then add the widgets you want to the dashboard. Its also comes with a few ready made dashboards.

Some data seems to be missing in the Shared API so for example live timing and track map do not work for pCars.

Requirements:
Windows and .NET 4.5

Download:
http://dash.proracing.club

Existing dashboards:

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Custom widgets screens

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How to create your custom widgets and dashboard:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ephMwFfxZO4


Windows App Listener

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When you start the app, just choose Project Cars and click on "Start Listener" button. Then click "Open Dashboard" to open the web dashboard on your browser or enter http://dash.proracing.club on your mobile or other device. Make sure you enter the IP and Port as shown on your listener app.

Also make sure that you enable the Shared Memory here:

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Hope you'll enjoy it :)

Cheers
Stefan

stefan.mizzi
17-01-2016, 08:02
One of the user had made a video of the final result so that you see how it can be used


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5N1rM-oVNkU

Michel--NL
17-01-2016, 08:13
Hi Stefan,

The images are not working. We have to be logged-in on the AC forums.
Assetto Corsa support forum - Error You must be logged-in to do that.

It looks really great...don't think it is working for UDP?

stefan.mizzi
17-01-2016, 08:23
Hi Stefan,

The images are not working. We have to be logged-in on the AC forums.
Assetto Corsa support forum - Error You must be logged-in to do that.

It looks really great...don't think it is working for UDP?


Apologies and thanks for letting me know, should be fixed now. No, I did not implement the UDP. Is there a benefit over the Shared API?

Michel--NL
17-01-2016, 08:26
Apologies and thanks for letting me know, should be fixed now. No, I did not implement the UDP. Is there a benefit over the Shared API?

The first images are ok. The last two are still missing under Windows App Listener (chrome and Firefox are ok. IE is messing it up "Tracking Protection has blocked content" :()
Console players (PS4) can not use the shared API.

stefan.mizzi
17-01-2016, 08:30
The first images are ok. The last two are still missing under Windows App Listener
Console players (PS4) can not use the shared API.

Argh..seems like I am still stoned from last night :P Should be fixed now.

Ah OK. yeah, well I made it for PC. If it becomes popular I will add UDP then :)

ports
17-01-2016, 13:58
If you make it UDP it will become very popular it looks a great app i'll download it just in case you make it run with UDP . Also there is more data in udp that isn't in the shared memory data i'm no coder so you would have to read through the udp thread here's the link if you haven't seen it.
http://forum.projectcarsgame.com/showthread.php?40113-HowTo-Companion-App-UDP-Streaming

M. -VIPER- Morgan
28-01-2016, 17:58
Great app.

Is it possible, that you also provide the website.
Then I can install it on my own webserver?

First I thought the application has an embedded webserver like the SimRacing Dashboard, but then I understand that you provide the Web-part on your webserver.

stefan.mizzi
30-01-2016, 06:44
This app is still not complete and under constant development and evolution.

The web is being updated most of the time and I kept it centralised for this purpose so that everyone is always up to date automatically. Apart from that not everyone has a web server :-)