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node-hue-api - Node.js Library for interacting with the Philips Hue Bridge and Lights

  •    Javascript

An API library for Node.js that interacts with the Philips Hue Bridge to control Philips Hue Light Bulbs and Philips Living Color Lamps. This library abstracts away the actual Philips Hue Bridge REST API and provides all of the features of the Phillips API and a number of useful functions to control the lights and bridge remotely.

homeassistant - Example Home Assistant Configs

  •    Shell

My personal Home Assistant configurations with 300+ automations. These are my active automations and configurations that I use every day. Updated frequently as I add more devices and come up with more and more complicated ways to do simple tasks. Many of my automations rely on some form of lighting but many examples can be found in lights.yaml and location.yaml.

Hue-sensors-HASS - Custom component for using Hue sensors & remotes with Home Assistant

  •    Jupyter

Place the custom_components folder in your configuration directory (or add its contents to an existing custom_components folder). You need to set up Hue bridge first. Hue dimmer remotes can be used for a click and long press (hold button for 2 sec and see LED blink twice).

hue-alfred-workflow - An Alfred workflow for controlling Philips Hue lights.

  •    Python

Quickly and easily control Philips Hue lights with Alfred. Note: groups:0 as seen above is autocompleted by the workflow after selecting room name, or in this case "All lights". Group '0' always refers to all lights. Each room name is associated with a specific group ID on the bridge. Remember this ID if you wish to create hotkeys for rooms (see below).




auto-awesome - Home automation endpoints

  •    Python

You need to have a home server that can serve these endpoints. I use nginx and have included server_uwsgi.ini to help with this if you wish to go down this route. This project uses Flask, amongst other libraries. You can find all requirements in requirements.txt which you can install using pip.

Q42.HueApi - C# helper library to talk to the Philips Hue bridge

  •    CSharp

Open source library for communication with the Philips Hue bridge. This library covers all the Philips hue API calls! You can set the state of your lights, update the Bridge configuration, create groups, schedules etc. This Portable Library is compatible with: .Net45, Windows 8, Windows Phone 8, Windows 10 Universal Apps and the Xamarin Platform! Download directly from NuGet Q42.HueApi on NuGet.

huego - An extensive Philips Hue client library for Go with an emphasis on simplicity

  •    Go

An extensive Philips Hue client library for Go with an emphasis on simplicity. It is designed to be clean, unbloated and extensible. With Huego you can interact with any Philips Hue bridge and its resources including Lights, Groups, Scenes, Sensors, Rules, Schedules, Resourcelinks, Capabilities and Configuration . Get the package and import it in your code.

kelvin - Kelvin - The hue bot

  •    Go

Kelvin is a little helper bot who will automate the lights in your house. Its job is to adjust the color temperature and brightness in your home based on your local sunrise and sunset times and custom intervals defined by you. Think of it as f.lux or Apple's Night Shift for your home. Imagine your lights shine in an energetic but not too bright blue color to get you started in the early morning. On sunrise your lights will change to a more natural color temperature to reflect the sunlight outside. On sunset they will slowly fade to a warmer and softer color scheme perfectly suited to Netflix and chill. When it's time to go to bed Kelvin will reduce the intensity even more to get you into a sleepy mood. It will keep this reduced setting through the night so you don't get blinded by bright lights if you have to get up at night...


hue_exporter - A Prometheus exporter for Philips Hue (written in Go)

  •    Go

This is a Prometheus exporter for the Philips Hue system. It's written in Go. It exposes metrics about lights, groups and sensors. I hope you like it.