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Is there a way to control the web browser destination direction through an API? In a perfect world I'd like to be able to issue commands line this:

  1. WakeOnLan event (I have a server that does this)
  2. Activate Web Browser
  3. Browse to "https://www.goo.gl/12345"

I should mention that I do not want to code a mobile application for this purpose. I'm interested in performing all these actions via IFTTT triggers and plain RESTful commands. I can spend 1time up front effort trying to figure out how to get the right pairing keys and stuff, then I'd like to be able to do these things via GET or POST commands (or similar).

 

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