Open Source ESP8266 Internet of Things firmware

Open Source ESP8266 Internet of Things firmware, with device discovery, rule engine and phone app to control devices

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This project is creating a common set of open source building blocks to give hackers a head start building complex IoT's. The goal is to enable a large number of people to contribute new and fresh ideas to the technology by reducing the effort required to get started and provide a common platform for interoperability.

The firmware is an extremely lightweight package that manages auto-discovery of all devices on the local network. A rule engine manages communication between the devices to coordinate them into programmable thermostats, security systems and other higher level functions.

The phone app manages connecting a device to a local WiFi network, showing a list of all devices in the local net. Clicking on a device brings up an interface for controling and programming that device. The phone application does not need to be reprogrammed for each new device. New devices are specified in the device firmware and transmitted to the phone during auto-discovery.

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Nazwa wrote 08/21/2022 at 17:28 point

is possible put B.A.T.M.A.N mesh standard? 

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nerd wrote 12/17/2017 at 10:46 point

Ale o co chodzi?

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Bill Zimmer wrote 10/17/2017 at 14:32 point

I need to do a final test on the repo.  I should get that done by the end of the week.   I will then post it here,   

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Héctor wrote 10/03/2017 at 10:23 point

I would really like to take a look at the project. Is it available somewhere, even without docs? Thanks!

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Bill Zimmer wrote 10/01/2017 at 19:45 point

Yes, the code has been running for over a year.  I have been concentrating on my day job and haven't had the time to finish the documentation.    

If  there is enough interest I will publish the code and the doc I have now.

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ch.dugasduvillard wrote 09/28/2017 at 11:55 point

Ie the project still alive? Have you think about the ESP32 ?

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