Home automation with Raspberry Pi, Node and React

Home automation with #Raspberry Pi, Node and #reactjs  #Webdesign

  • When I woke up in morning, I already had about 100 github stars with over 50 upvotes on reddit and few of my friends gave really position feedback about it.
  • By the end of the day the stars were over 300 and suddenly they started increasing on each refresh and few minutes later, one of my co-workers told me that my project is 3rd on the Hacker News homepage.
  • By the time I write this post my Github repository has over 2500 stars, 129 forks and over 500 upvotes in the reddit posts combined.
  • The phone app is located in /phone-app folder, the server is located in /server.
  • High-power devices, such as LED strips, are powered via external (shared ground with the PI).

Viktor Kirilov’s personal blog about tech, home automation and engineering.
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Home automation with Raspberry Pi, Node and React

Home automation with #RaspberryPi, #NodeJS and #ReactJS

#HackerNews

  • When I woke up in morning, I already had about 100 github stars with over 50 upvotes on reddit and few of my friends gave really position feedback about it.
  • By the end of the day the stars were over 300 and suddenly they started increasing on each refresh and few minutes later, one of my co-workers told me that my project is 3rd on the Hacker News homepage.
  • By the time I write this post my Github repository has over 2500 stars, 129 forks and over 500 upvotes in the reddit posts combined.
  • The phone app is located in /phone-app folder, the server is located in /server.
  • High-power devices, such as LED strips, are powered via external (shared ground with the PI).

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