Control your homebridge instance with AI. Check it out at https://homebridgeai.com/
npm run watch to start. By default it uses the config at
~/.homebridge/config.json, so if you want to discover local network instance add the correct PIN for your Homebridge instance there.
This runs segregated from your local network for more specific testing scenarios.
docker run --name=homebridge-ai -p 18581:8581 -v $(pwd)/homebridge:/homebridge -v $(pwd):/var/lib/homebridge-ai homebridge/homebridge:latest; docker rm homebridge-ai
Then open homebridge UI: http://localhost:18581/
Run this command so your global install of Homebridge can discover the plugin in your development environment:
You can now start Homebridge, use the
-D flag so you can see debug log messages in your plugin:
You can install beta versions of this plugin by appending
@beta to the install command, for example:
sudo npm install -g homebridge-example-plugin@beta
Beta versions may break functionality, but