I started with a bunch of Smart Life plugs, and integrated things with IFTTT to some web and Google control. But there was always things missing (like the concept to toggle a switch from Google Assistant). Then I learned about MQTT and Tasmota plugs, and started using those. But there was also missing some integration features.
I just discovered openHAB2, and configured my Raspberry Pi as a local server.
So much power and capability. Now I can integrate my Amazon Dash buttons, Flic buttons Smart Life plugs, Tasmota plugs, and many other as-yet undiscovered features.
I am looking forward to pushing the envelope with my home automation.
Thanks to all who contribute to this great product!
Thanks for the advices,
but I’m sorry those way are currently a bit over my skills … flashing using linux etc… @rpwong
I gess it makes more sense for me to exchange those plugs with zwave / zigbee. Not sure whis system
Using IFTTT webhooks might be an option for one some devices. @stevenc88
May be sonewhree pops up an other nice option to interact tuya and openhab … we will see.
Thanks @rpwong for posting new options! Great.
I already gave bluestac a try … but I was not able to root the bluestack VM …
may be due to re reason that I ran blustack inside a VMware VM … ( I like to keep my host clean ) …
The or the other way I need to invest a bit more …
New approach could be exchange those plugs with zigbee / zwave ones…