How to Automate Your Home with #AdafruitIO @makerio
[MakerIO] published a new video on home automation using Adafruit IO. For the sake of simplicity, (Robin) uses two Huzzah boards to create a ping-pong application between the two of them. One board houses a button, which changes the state of the other board’s LED based on the first button. This simple example can be applied to home automation – one board could be used to control the lights in your home, the garage door, or anything wired up to a relay.
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