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ESP8266 – HomeKit Air Quality Sensor

In my previous blog here I tested the ESP HomeKit Software Development Kit. I am so enthusiastic about this Software Development Kit, that I going to write a few blogs about this genius software. In each Blog I will address a other accessory that you can add to your HomeKit without the need of a …

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ESP8266 – HomeKit Accessory Pairing

After making a lot of ESP8266 HomeKit samples, it might be time to explain how to add more than one accessory to HomeKit. Take the ESP8285 – Power Plug for example. Suppose I want to add more than one power plug, how do you do that? I will explain hot to do multiple HomeKit Accessory …

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ESP8266 – HomeKit Set up: Manual for new users

Have you just created your first HomeKit accessory? Then we help you set up all the functions that HomeKit offers, such as assigning Siri names and classifying rooms and zones. In this HomeKit manual you will find step by step how to set up HomeKit. HomeKit is a function of your iOS device that allows …

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ESP HomeKit SDK – Revised Installation

After a while all software will be updated or there will be some bug fix releases. So does the software that is needed for the Installation (or setup) of the HomeKit SDK (including perquisites and updates), is the act of making the program ready for execution. Because the process varies for each program and each computer, …

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ESP32 CAM – Troubleshooting

After releasing my project  the ESP32 – Homekit Camera, some readers reported issues when trying to use the ESP32-CAM. This blog is a compilation with the most common errors when using the ESP32-CAM and how to fix them. Some of our readers reported errors when trying to follow the ESP32 – Homekit Camera Project. There are …

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ESP8266 – HomeKit Firmware Update with EVE

When you have created your first HomeKit accessory. Then you probably want to debug your code or change something, but then you need to erase ESP module and re-flash it. This has to be easier. For whom that ready my blog regularly know that I always start with installing LCM (Life Cycle Manager). This tool …

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