Homebridge is an Open Source project for creating a bridge between automation devices (not certified by Apple) and HomeKit. You will be able to order, receive measurements from sensors (motion, presence, temperature, water leaks …) on all your iOS devices using the application Home. You can even order your devices out of home if you owned an Apple TV or a compatible iPad. Here is a series of posts to learn how to install and configure Homebridge and necessary plugins to communicate with a Home Automation software (Domoticz, Jeedom …).
Blynk consists of a server and an application for iOS. If you have your own Blynk private server (read this article to learn how), you can make your connected objects developed ...READ MORE +
At the WWDC 2017, Apple opened its HomeKit API to Makers and companies that want to develop non-commercial projects. HomeKit makes it possible to communicate an iPhone or an iPad with an object ...READ MORE +
To use Arduino-based connected objects or an open source home server on iOS, you had to use the open source Homebridge project that was presented several times. On the occasion of the WWD 2017 ...READ MORE +
Blynk consists of a server and an application for iOS. If you have your own Blynk private server (follow this article to learn how to do on Raspberry Pi), you can make your connected ...READ MORE +
In this tutorial we will see how to install and configure the Homebridge gateway to Homekit (the Apple Home Automation Framework) with the home automation software Jeedom. The installation and ...READ MORE +
You have developed your own objects connected based Arduino (or ESP8266) and MySensors library, here’s how to drive through voice Siri or from the new application House (HomeKit) of iOS10 . In this ...READ MORE +
Homebridge is an Open Source project developed by Nick Farina (Github, website ). It is a modular project which can add plugins depending on the material you want to add to the iPhone (or iPad). ...READ MORE +