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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.

Sonoff-Tasmota - Provide ESP8266 based itead Sonoff with Web, MQTT and OTA firmware using Arduino IDE or PlatformIO

  •    C++

Alternative firmware for ESP8266 based devices like iTead Sonoff with web, timers, 'Over The Air' (OTA) firmware updates and sensors support, allowing control under Serial, HTTP, MQTT and KNX, so as to be used on Smart Home Systems. Written for Arduino IDE and PlatformIO. See RELEASENOTES.md for release information and sonoff/_changelog.ino for detailed change information.

Open-Home-Automation - Open Home Automation with Home Assistant, ESP8266/ESP32 and MQTT

  •    C++

Nowadays everything becomes connected to the Internet and gives us a glimpse of many new possibilities. Home automation is part of it and offers many advantages for their users. This repository is dedicated to Home Assistant, an open source project with an amazing community, ESP8266 and ESP32 modules, the MQTT protocol and much more [...]. Home Assistant is a home automation platform running on Python 3. The goal of Home Assistant is to be able to track and control all devices at home and offer a platform for automating control [Home-Assistant].

HASS-sonoff-ewelink - Simple Home Assistant component to control Sonoff/eWeLink smart devices

  •    Python

Simple Home Assistant component to add/control Sonoff/eWeLink smart devices using the stock firmware and retaining the cloud capabilities. email [Deprecated] used only for compatibility, may be eliminated in future.




homekit - Monorepo for all homekit related development, including integrated firmware, PCBs, and bridges

  •    Go

A Mono-repo combining all of my home automation projects and connection with Apple Homekit. See individual project README.md's for more information of each.

sonoffSocket - Switching Sonoff Basic and Sonoff S20 (Webserver or MQTT).

  •    C++

Switching Sonoff Basic and Sonoff S20 (Webserver, local button and MQTT). This project ist split in two parts: sonoffSimple/sonoffSimple.ino is just a simple demo as described here.

home-assistant-configuration

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This repo contains the working Home Assistant configuration for Anchorage House. Below are links to the devices currently being used, blog posts, and other HA enthusists that provided inspiration and configs to help build this config. All of the code is free to use. The configuration was migrated from a old PC to a RaspberryPi 3 back in 2017. The old configutation is stored in branch V1-config for anyone that wants to see the old version.

SonoffHMLOX

  •    C++

Die neueste kompilierte Firmware, die direkt auf den Sonoff geflasht werden kann, findet ihr in den Releases.


ioBroker.sonoff - Control Sonoff-Tasmota devices via ioBroker

  •    Javascript

Requires node.js 4.0 or higher. This adapter communicates with Sonoff devices with Tasmota firmware or ESP devices via MQTT.

Itead_Sonoff - Alternative firmware for Itead Sonoff switches, based on the MQTT protocol and a TLS connection

  •    Arduino

This repository offers alternative and open-source firmwares for iTead Sonoff products, based on the MQTT protocol and are natively compatible with Home Assistant, which is an amazing open-source home automation platform.

sonoff-homie - Homie based software for Sonoff module

  •    C++

Homie based firmware for Sonoff Basic, Sonoff S20 wifi relay or any ESP8266 based relay.

addon-tasmoadmin - TasmoAdmin - Community Hass.io Add-on for Home Assistant

  •    Dockerfile

Centrally manage all your Sonoff-Tasmota devices. The installation of this add-on is pretty straightforward and not different in comparison to installing any other Hass.io add-on.