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espurna - Home automation firmware for ESP8266-based devices

  •    C

ESPurna ("spark" in Catalan) is a custom firmware for ESP8285/ESP8266 based smart switches, lights and sensors. It uses the Arduino Core for ESP8266 framework and a number of 3rd party libraries. Please use the gitter ESPurna channel for support and questions, you have better chances to get fast answers from me or other ESPurna users. Open an issue here only if you feel there is a bug or you want to request an enhancement. Thank you.

zmNinja - High performance, cross platform ionic app for Home/Commerical Security Surveillance using ZoneMinder or other NVRs

  •    Javascript

zmNinja is a multi platform (iOS, Android, Windows Desktop, Mac Desktop, Linux Desktop) client for ZoneMinder users. ZoneMinder is an incredible open source camera monitoring system and is used by many for home and commercial security monitoring.

Calaos - Home Automation Software

  •    Linux

Calaos is a free software project (GPLv3) that lets you control and monitor your home. You can easily install and use it to transform your home into a smart home. Calaos has a long background in home automation and is built in several different layers. Low level as well as uniform and powerful user interfaces. It knows how to talk to hardware, and gives you the power to rule your home easily.

homebridge-homeassistant -  Homebridge plugin for Home Assistant

  •    Javascript

Control your accessories from Home Assistant with Siri and HomeKit. Set it up and poof, all of your supported accessories will be instantly controllable via Siri.Home Assistant is a home automation platform already, so this plugin aims to just expose your devices in a way that you can control them with Siri. While you can integrate your accessories into HomeKit for automations, the goals of this plugin are strictly to allow Siri to be a frontend for your accessories.




Mesne

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Home automation made easy! Mesne (pronounced mean)

custom-lovelace - Custom cards for Lovelace UI in Home Assistant

  •    Javascript

If you ended up using more cards and want to get update notifications and easier to use workflow you can use tracker-card. If this was the first time you created the www folder in your config than you MUST restart Home Assistant.

room-assistant - A companion client for Home Assistant to handle sensors in multiple rooms.

  •    Javascript

room-assistant is a simple Node.js server for tracking presence and other things on a per-room basis. It pairs well with the mqtt_room component of Home Assistant. Upgrading from room-assistant 0.x? Please review the upgrade guide.


user-home - Get the path to the user home directory

  •    Javascript

Returns null in the unlikely scenario that the home directory can't be found.This module was made long before os-homedir. When Node.js decided to add a native method for getting the user's home directory, I made a polyfill matching its API and decided to depend on it here, so not to have duplicate code. The main reason this one is still around is that lots of modules depend on it and I see no reason to inconvenience dependents by deprecating this. This one also gets the home directory on startup and returns a string rather than exposing a method, so it's faster, and I prefer this API. Modules are cheap in Node.js, so doesn't matter. Use whichever you prefer. I'm going to continue using this one.

passwd-user - Get the passwd user entry from a username or uid

  •    Javascript

Works on macOS and Linux. See user-info if you need cross-platform support.Accepts a username or uid number. Defaults to the current user (process.getuid()).

pwuid - getpwuid() Node.js binding - returns username, name, home directory, shell, gid from uid

  •    C++

If you're creating a reusable module you should probably use passwd-user instead, as it shells out rather than using a native binding.getpwuid() is a POSIX function and won't work on Windows.

tilde - Linux home directory configuration and utilities

  •    Shell

These files are mostly my own settings and tools, but some may be more generally useful. You'll need to remove existing dot files for this to install successfully.

gh-home - Open the GitHub page of the given or current directory repo

  •    Javascript

It will attempt to open the upstream repo if there is one or the forked repo.Add alias gh=gh-home to your .zshrc/.bashrc, so that you can run it with $ gh instead.