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ESP-MQTT-JSON-Digital-LEDs - ESP MQTT Digital LEDs for Home Assistant's MQTT JSON Light Component

  •    Arduino

This project shows a super easy way to get started using Digital LED strips with Home Assistant, a sick, open-source Home Automation platform that can do just about anything. The code covered in this repository utilizes Home Assistant's MQTT JSON Light Component and an ESP8266 microcontroller.

nodemcu-httpserver - A (very) simple web server written in Lua for the ESP8266 firmware NodeMCU.

  •    Lua

A (very) simple web server written in Lua for the ESP8266 running the NodeMCU firmware. If you are trying to implement a user-interface or HTTP webserver in your ESP8266 then you are really abusing its intended purpose. When it comes to scoping your ESP8266 applications, the adage Keep It Simple Stupid truly applies.

ESP-MQTT-JSON-Multisensor - ESP MQTT JSON Multisensor for Home Assistant

  •    C++

This project shows a super easy way to get started with your own DIY Multisensor to use with Home Assistant, a sick, open-source Home Automation platform that can do just about anything. The code covered in this repository utilizies Home Assistant's MQTT JSON Light Component, MQTT Sensor Component, and a NodeMCU ESP8266 development board.




homebridge-airrohr - HomeBridge module for the DIY luftdaten

  •    Javascript

HomeBridge module for the DIY luftdaten.info air particulates sensor from OpenData Stuttgart. It can be used to see the status of your own sensor in HomeKit. You can also use it to see another sensor if it's data is published to api.luftdaten.info (see here).

esp8266 - ESP8266 NodeMCU Workshop

  •    Shell

PlatformIO IDE is the next-generation integrated development environment for IoT. Phant is a modular logging tool developed by SparkFun Electronics for collecting data from the Internet of Things. phant is the open source software that powers data.sparkfun.com.

mqtt_example - Playing with Raspberry Pi, Arduino, NodeMcu and MQTT

  •    Arduino

This days I'm playing with IoT. Today I want to use MQTT protocol to comunicate between different devices. First I've start a mqtt broker in my Laptop. For testing I'll use https://mosquitto.org/ server. In production we can use RabbitMQ or even a 3party server such a iot.eclipse.org or even Amazon's IoT. The idea is emit one value with one device and listen this value whit the rest of devices and perform one action depending on the value. For example I will use one potentiometer connected to on NodeMcu micro controller.


konnected-security - Konnected Security integrates wired alarm system sensors and sirens to SmartThings using a NodeMCU based ESP8266 development board and (optional) relay

  •    Groovy

Buy a Konnected Security NodeMCU kit from us and you can skip the installation! We pre-load the Konnected Security software on every NodeMCU device before sending it to you. When you get it, just plug it in connect to WiFi, and it's ready to set up. Buying from us is great way to support the developers who have worked hard on this project. You must have Python installed with pip or pip3.

ESP8266-Hobo-Clock - Self adjustable ESP8266 clock without RTC and NTP

  •    Arduino

Manifesto: giving trust to unreliable time providers isn't worse than trusting potentially unreliable access points with personal credentials. This clock has not RTC module and doesn't need to reach a NTP server to adjust its time. It uses WiFi access points openness in order to extract the date/time from the "Date" HTTP header that may be sent by some captive portals. So it will scan all nearby open WiFi AP until it finds a suitable response.

nodemcu-httpd - Small (single file) HTTP daemon for NodeMCU

  •    Lua

After uploading, connect the serial console (screen /dev/ttyUSB0 9600 under most *nix flavors) and reboot the device. The device will print its IP address in the console.





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