A few year ago, I’ve developped phpMyDomo, a cool web interface for OpenHab and other home automation software .
PhpMyDomo is an open-source php Web Application aimed to provide a clean, robust, customizable, fast and intuitive interface to many Home Automation software, including OpenHab.
With todays chinese phones and tablets starting as low as $50, it becomes a cheap and powerfull way to build remotes to control anything smartly in your house. phpMyDomo wants to be the ultimate WebApp that works as well on these devices, as on any computer browser. phpMyDomo don’t aim to replace the cool domotic’s software you’re currently using, but rather to add a convenient web interface to it, especially on small devices like tablets and phones
Currently supported software include OpenHab, Domoticz, Domotiga and Domogik.
- Allow to Switch on/off any supported devices or scenes, from the Dashboard page
- Support Dimmers and blinds commands
- View all sensors at once, or per user defined groups
- View all cameras on a single page
- Display your photo library (iPhoto or folders) from a PhotoFrame like page
- Launch “Actions” (ie Notifications) triggered by your HomeAutomation software (with a simple URL request). Current Actions include:
- Grow (Mac / WIndows notificationsl
- NMA (Android notifications)
- Prowl (IOS notifications)
- HTTP GET
- XBMC (KODI) notifications
- Shell script (or any executable script : python, pel, php, etc…)
- Responsive design : Display fine on any Android/IOS tablet, phone and any modern (HTML5) web browser
- Multiple Skins, build your own easily
- Multiples languages supported
- Any Home Automation Software supported via Api Plugins
- Easily customizable
- Fast loading
- Minimal server requirements : a php-enabled web server
- Object oriented, MVC design : easily build your own custom pages, in minutes…
- Free and Open Source
- Highest WAF (Wife Acceptation Factor) possible
At the time when I launched PMD, there was not any forums at OpenHab.org, but after tweeting about it and posting in some HA forums, You’re already a few hundred OpenHab users using it daily (according to the website statistic)
BTW the current online demo which was linked to the public OpenHab demo site, is no longer working, but I guess it is just a matter of changing the URL and port of the public OpenHab API.
I’m looking for developers to help coding it, as well as users, to install, test and report… If enough people seems interested, I will do my best to make it evolve . If not I will just develop it for my own needs only.
If you’re interested, please go to the phpMyDomo web site to download it, or to view some screenshots.
And give me your feedback here.