documentation for Bticino is not available yet.

We have example project on wiki
It depends what you are trying to control and the UI item type (button, level, etc) will determine whether you send a token or number.
So there are 3 things you need to look at.
In the item properties general tab ( item type, button etc and maybe values (min\max\trigger, etc.)
The programming tab, shows the link between the UI and bticino device and when the link will be activated, so when you press\release etc  the ui item.
Then lastly in the right side, the project device panel. the commands are what is sent to the device and feedbacks is what is received from the device.
That's a quick, quick summary....;
Maybe take a look at one of the other protocols where there is more documentation, like KNX. That will give you a better idea of how to configure iRidium.

BticinoNewEditorTest.irp
Lutron has three protocols: Grafic Eye, HomeWorks and RadioRa.

We have developed the Grafic Eye driver. We made it on the c++ and it is located in GUI Editor in the main database (iRidium Base(2.0)).

We did not do drivers for HomeWorks and RadioRa because we do not have any information about them and we do not have devices controlled by HomeWorks and RadioRa . If you want to help us, you can develop them yourself on javascript or you can give us access to the devices via the Internet and we will develop the drivers.

Thank you for your help!
Beginning with V2.1 iRidium supports the SIP protocol for setting up voice communication between iRidium panels, other SIP-clients, other iRidium panels.
iRidium panels work in the SIP-client mode. In order to have connection with Intercom you need to have the set up SIP server. You need to indicate the connection properties in the settings of iRidium SIP-client. iRidium provides only the client part, the server part is selected to the discretion of the integrator. The SIP driver for iRidium V2.1 can be downloaded for free from the iRidium mobile web site.

Look at the information on our wiki
 You can use it for free in projects with any types of licenses.
For SIP we provide only the client part, the server part is selected by you.
You can use free 3cx or Asterix and connect all your objects via one SIP server located on any of them.
The instruction about setting up the SIP client in iRidium available. Please read.