Working around MyQ's partner integration limitations
I got a new home recently. And for the first time in my life, I have a garage! And a smart garage door to boot! However, if I want to integrate the rest of my stuff into it (like IFTTT or the Google Assistant), I have to pay $10. Per year. Per integration. You can sort of get around that by setting up a Google Assistant applet in IFTTT (two integrations for the price of one), but when I tried their free one month trial, it turns out you can't even use their partner integrations to open your garage door-- only to close it. Lame sauce.
Fortunately, @thomasmanduchira was kind enough to sniff the traffic on the MyQ app, document the pretty basic MyQ API, and throw together a simple NPM package for us. Now where to host it? I do have a Raspberry Pi mounted behind my TV, but I'd prefer something with better reliability and easier deploy. And for a quick little node app like this, you can't get