MyQ were very slow to adopt any integrations and when they finally did (under pressure from competitors like Garadget), they started charging the subscription fee for that. Just the fact that they removed option for a dry contact button and sued those who attempted integrating into their protocol shows that they just want to lock in and squeeze their customers.
That’s a legitimate business practice, but not the one shared here. Garadget is an open-source platform. Tinkering and hacking is welcomed and if somebody needs help and encouragement with their first soldering project, they’ll find it here. For savings or glory