I have started integrating my IoT-devices and services with the Home Assistant platform. See my previous post for details on getting started with Home Assistant and subscribing to MQTT messages: Home Assistant – getting started and using MQTT sensors My next attempt is to configure RESTful switches in HA for interacting with an existing web […]Read More Home Assistant – integrating RESTful switches
ESP8266 is a very popular and inexpensive WiFi-chip that can be a real contributor for taking small gadgets to the Internet. I recently bought an Adafruit Feather Huzzah ($18). It is build around ESP8266 which means WiFi-connectivity, but has some additional features compared to the simpler ESP8266 modules available: A USB-port for serial transfer and programming […]Read More Meet the Huzzah!