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homebridge - HomeKit support for the impatient

  •    TypeScript

Homebridge is a lightweight NodeJS server you can run on your home network that emulates the iOS HomeKit API. It supports Plugins, which are community-contributed modules that provide a basic bridge from HomeKit to various 3rd-party APIs provided by manufacturers of "smart home" devices. You can explore all available plugins at the NPM website by searching for the keyword homebridge-plugin.

homebridge-raspbian-image - Official Homebridge Raspberry Pi Image based on Raspbian Lite.

  •    Shell

This project provides a free Raspbian based Raspberry Pi image with Homebridge and Homebridge Config UI X pre-installed. This image also provides a command called hb-config which helps you keep Node.js up-to-date, perform maintenance on your Homebridge server, and install additional optional software such as Pi Hole, deCONZ, Node-RED and the UniFI Controller.

desk - :arrow_up_down: A height-adjustable desk controlled by Siri using Homekit

  •    Arduino

Making a height-adjustable office desk controllable by Siri using Apple's HomeKit framework. A while ago I bought a height-adjustable desk. It was supposed to make my often long hours sitting in front of my computer programming things a little bit healthier by allowing me to get up and stand from time to time. However, this really only lasted a couple of weeks until I almost forgot that I could change my desk's height.

ruby_home - Ruby HAP Server - HomeKit support for the Rubyist

  •    Ruby

ruby_home is an implementation of the HomeKit Accessory Protocol (HAP) to create your own HomeKit accessory in Ruby. HomeKit is a set of protocols and libraries to access devices for home automation. A non-commercial version of the protocol documentation is available on the HomeKit developer website. At least version 1.0.9 is required.

hemtjanst - MQTT to HomeKit bridge

  •    Go

This project was started so that a collection of $platform-to-MQTT bridges could be created or adapted that announce the devices they have in a similar enough fashion that we can automatically generate HomeKit accessories from it. Though the aim for now is HomeKit the metadata published should be enough to also be able to create bridges for other platforms, like SmartThings. Once you've go installed the project a binary will be in your $GOPATH/bin. If you do not have explicitly set a $GOPATH environment variable it defaults to $HOME/go. Ensure to add $GOPATH/bin to your $PATH or use the full path to the binary.

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