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UniFi integration move to push messaging #31086

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Kane610 commented Jan 22, 2020

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This PR moves UniFi integration from polling data during normal operations to use web socket signalling. This hopefully solves the issue where the integration seem to happen in a never ending loop requesting more data from UniFi leading to HASS being unusable.

  • Fix signalling of new clients/devices
  • Fix reconnection logic
  • Fix tests

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Kane610 commented Jan 31, 2020

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Looks good!

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