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[122] Philips Hue support

Post by gertjuhh » Tuesday 25 February 2014 23:12

Seeing as there already is support for LimitLess/AppLamp/etc it would be nice if Philips Hue could also be supported.
They have a well documented JSON api which can be found here.
If desired I can simplify the API by providing the API calls and possible responses here to aid with development.

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Re: Philips Hue support

Post by tommit01 » Wednesday 26 February 2014 15:49

Should 'here' be a URL?
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Re: Philips Hue support

Post by gertjuhh » Wednesday 26 February 2014 16:16

Updated start post, URL now included :D
Was a long night for me, dug through the Domoticz implementation of LimitLess trying to figure out if I could implement it myself, but that's beyond my programming skills I'm afraid.

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Re: Philips Hue support

Post by b0bx » Monday 10 March 2014 12:33

Hi Gertjuhh, do you have any updates on this? I'd love to control Hue with Domoticz. The Hue API seems not to difficult, but like you, I also don't have enough knowledge of this on the Domoticz part :(

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Re: Philips Hue support

Post by gertjuhh » Tuesday 11 March 2014 11:56

I lack the skills to implement this myself, so it's up to the devs to add support for Philips Hue lights.

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Re: [122] Philips Hue support

Post by Deranged » Monday 31 March 2014 20:03

+1

This feature would be awesome!

Is the Ambilight API the same interface?

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Re: [122] Philips Hue support

Post by darrepac » Thursday 15 May 2014 23:19

I add my vote: would be great to get Philips Hue support.

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Re: [122] Philips Hue support

Post by Derik » Friday 16 May 2014 19:39

anyone have experience with the hue ..
Are they worth the money to have a wifi lamp?

A good address where they are available?
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Re: [122] Philips Hue support

Post by Derik » Tuesday 27 May 2014 23:24

I have three.
Bizarre toys ....
And beautiful!!
Realy great light from this bulbs [ better than a applight ]

It is operated via the harmoney now. very nice .....
But I keep hoping ...

And reading ... my only limitation plays tricks on me.
Only this https://github.com/peter-murray/node-hue-api an a RPI fails me
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Re: [122] Philips Hue support

Post by Derik » Saturday 31 May 2014 20:07

Would anyone in this way can help me?
https://github.com/peter-murray/node-hu ... nt-6479651
I do not get it.

But according to the author, it should operate at RPi.
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Re: [122] Philips Hue support

Post by simonrg » Saturday 31 May 2014 20:34

The node-hue-api is a Javascript program by the looks of it, so forget about apt-get.

Node.js is a Javascript framework, which has its own installation program called npm, so once you have successfully install node.js, proved that it is working, then you can use npm to node-hue-api and control your Philips Hue lights from node.js.

So node-hue-api is designed to allow Hue lights to be controlled from a web page.

I suspect this may not be the best way to link the Philips Hue lights to Domoticz though, but good luck anyway.
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Re: [122] Philips Hue support

Post by sdh » Thursday 12 June 2014 4:19

I was searching around and I found a small project on github (https://github.com/pvakevai/hue-zway-bridge) which talks about Hue and Z-Way (RaZberry) integration. There are not much details and I could not understand how to make it work. If Hue bulbs get exposed via the Z-Way server, user of RaZberry+Domoticz can very easily have the Hue working in Domoticz. Any experts who can make sense out of the .js code?

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Re: [122] Philips Hue support

Post by gertjuhh » Thursday 12 June 2014 11:17

There is no need to go looking for extra wrappers to control Hue.
The official api is all the devs need to implement Hue support, we just need to wait till one of devs decides to give it a go.

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Re: [122] Philips Hue support

Post by Derik » Thursday 12 June 2014 19:09

Or develop it by one of us?
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Re: [122] Philips Hue support

Post by gertjuhh » Friday 13 June 2014 8:16

You'd need to know C++ and understand the inner working of Domoticz.
I've been told it shouldn't be to hard though as support for AppLamp is already in place.
I had a look at the code, but it's beyond my skills.

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Re: [122] Philips Hue support

Post by Derik » Friday 13 June 2014 17:59

Suppose you have a third party app working.
And you can get him working in Domoticz code with a http / script button

I am looking at:
https://github.com/peter-murray/node-hue-api
https://github.com/markusproske/hue_bashlibrary
https://github.com/Josef-Friedrich/Hue-Bash

And you're right it's really difficult ...
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Re: [122] Philips Hue support

Post by globalassist » Tuesday 08 July 2014 22:47

+1

I have 5 Hue bulbs and a light strip. It's awesome. Would be really helpfull to have support for this in Domoticz.
On my wall there is a tablet that opens the homepage of domoticz by default. To turn lights ons, you have to switch apps, which is unlogical for guests in the house (read: hard to explain ;) )

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Re: [122] Philips Hue support

Post by Derik » Wednesday 09 July 2014 16:20

There are http api options for a Rpi...
And there are http options in domoticz......
So

1+1=........

Only...... Who is give the answer
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Re: [122] Philips Hue support

Post by antwan » Wednesday 09 July 2014 23:32

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Re: [122] Philips Hue support

Post by Derik » Wednesday 30 July 2014 2:05

I can turn on and off the lights via the tool from Philips.

Is there a way to convert a put a command to a json string.
So i can make http switch?

http://developers.meethue.com/gettingstarted.html


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