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Difficulty level

The tutorials published on DIY Projects are classified by level of difficulty:
Beginner: you learn programming, micro-controllers, electronics … in short you need tutorials that guide you step by step on simple subjects to get you started.
Advanced: You have already programmed and you would like to go further. You would like to make your own connected objects, start creating scripts on a home automation server.
Confirmed: putting your hands in the terminal is no problem. You have a good knowledge of programming. You have problems to solve. You want to move on to the next step and develop real DIY projects.
Expert: Do you really need DIY Projects? In any case I hope you will find plenty of new ideas. The entire community would be happy to take advantage of your knowledge and experience. The comments and social networks are there for that.

Install Jeedom v3 from the installation script on Raspberry Pi 3 (or Linux Debian 8 PC)

Since switching to version 3 of Jeedom, the image of the SD card of the home automation server is no longer available for download. Jeedom now installs on any Linux distribution based on Debian 8 using a script (like Domoticz for that matter). It will be possible to create a …

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Install the IDE PlatformIO extension for Visual Studio Code (VSCode): Windows, 32-bit Linux

PlatformIO is available as an extension for Visual Studio Code (also called VSCode) from Microsoft. VSCode is a free lightweight code editor for Windows, MacOS, 32-bit Linux and 64-bit. Installing the PlatformIO extension for VSCode is a good alternative to the official Atom-based solution. VSCode is a code editor much …

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Include ESP8266 + DHT22 + Homie MQTT IoT in Home Assistant (HASS)

After introducing the Homie library in the two previous articles (well starting with Homie, programming principle), it is time to move on to a complete example of application. In this tutorial we will learn how to include a temperature probe in the home wizard Home Assistant developed based on an …

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