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Jeedom: tutorials on the Home Automation server, installation, plugins, scripts

Jeedom is a (french) Open Source Home Automation server. You can install it for free to make your own DIY Home Automation box. Jeedom works with a system of plugins that are free or paid. You can install it on almost all platforms (Synology NAS, PC Linux, Raspberry Pi, Orange Pi, Docker). Jeedom also has its mobile application for iOS and Android (4€). Numerous automation protocols are supported: Arduidom, ESPeasy, IPX800, 1-Wire (paid), EnOcean (fee), X10, RFXCOM (paid), RFXLink (fee required), GPIO, Z-Wave, MQTT, MySensors, SigFox … which allows to manage a large number of Home Automation equipment. You will also find numerous tutorials as well as projects of objects connected home automation 100% DIY based on ESP8266: probes (temperature, humidity, atmospheric pressure, brightness …), remote display, control of relay …

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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Driving the ESP8266 GPIO (Web Server) from Jeedom to TCP / IP Wireless – Part 2

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Here is the second part of the article to communicate an ESP8266 in TCP/IP with Jeedom. In this tutorial we will see how to drive the GPIO of an ESP8266 from Jeedom using HTTP requests (TCP / IP). The principle is the same as for Domoticz (article), we start a …

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ESP8266 (Web Client): Sending Data to Jeedom in TCP / IP Wireless (JSON API) – Part 1

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We continue our series of articles on HTTP (TCP/IP) data exchange between an ESP8266 and the Jeedom Home Automation Server. Jeedom provides an API as complete as Domoticz. The documentation is available here. We will go a little faster than for Domoticz, the general principle being the same. Recommended readings …

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Install Jeedom on an Orange Pi Lite (or Orange Pi+ 2e) running under Armbian Jessie

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The Orange Pi is an economical alternative to Raspberry Pi to build a Jeedom based 100% DIY home automation server. If you do not intend to use the GPIO to drive home automation accessories, Orange Pi is a very good solution. In the previous tutorial, we saw how to install …

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Jeedom + MQTT: associate a connected object DIY with the Dashboard

With the ESP8266 modules or an Arduino, it is very easy to build your own connected objects (DIY IoT) and integrate them into a home automation server with the MQTT protocol (with Mosquitto for example). Jeedom, the home automation server entirely in French, allows you to easily integrate your connected …

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Jeedom on Raspberry Pi 3 (Netinstall): installation, configuration, Wi-Fi

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Jeedom @Jeedom_domotic is a French Open Source home automation server very easy to use and let’s say it, very beautiful. Open Source does not always mean free, Jeedom has its Market and it will have to get its credit card from time to time when you crack for a module. …

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Jeedom + Homebridge: driving your equipment from an iPhone with Siri

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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 configuration of the iOS application (iPhone or iPad) is identical to what we already have for Domoticz. I have a …

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Jeedom: create an OLED SSD1306 display with ESP Easy (HTTP request)

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In the previous tutorial we saw how to integrate small Wi-Fi connected objects in Jeedom (retrieve data and send commands) using the ESP Easy framework for ESP8266 modules. In this tutorial, we will see how to create a small display based on an OLED SSD1306 display and an ESP8266 Wemos D1 …

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ESP Easy: use DIY connected objects (IoT) with Jeedom

We continue our series of articles on the firmware ESP Easy. In this article, we will learn how to integrate projects based ESP8266 in Jeedom. It is possible to recover from sensors (temperature, humidity, brightness,…) and measures to control actuators, for example a relay. There is nothing very complicated to …

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Docker: easily test Home Automation software on Raspberry Pi

We saw in the previous article how to install and Docker Toolbox for test automation simply on Mac and PC software. Now that Docker is officially supported by the Raspberry Foundation, it is very easy to install. We will take the opportunity to test some home automation software. To achieve …

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