homebridge-roku - Control your Roku media player from your iOS devices using apple's HomeKit.

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Control your Roku media player from your iOS devices using apple's HomeKit. See homebridge for more information controlling 3rd party devices through HomeKit. A config file must exist at ~/.homebridge/config.json. See the sample config file for an example.

https://github.com/bschlenk/homebridge-roku#readme

Dependencies:

deepmerge : ^2.0.0
lodash.map : ^4.6.0
roku-client : ^1.2.2

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