Yes Doug… but the way the program is setup now it wont work at all without the internet, you won’t even be able to use it in manual mode. The system will still run but you wont’ be able to use the mobile app. I also don’t see any reason to have the js and css files (unless I am missing something) hosted on the internet at various sites when they can be local for better performance.
So far I took Samer’s suggestion and created a fork on github with the proposed changes and sent him a proposal.
Now when there is no internet connection, the app still works and just does not give you the weather window but you can still control your system. It also will not load css and java script files from the internet when you launch it.
Samer.. can you take a look at github?