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PiDome Home Automation client on embedded and mobile

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We have done some massive updates on the PiDome client, well, to be honest, we started rewriting it a while ago together with the PiDome Client libraries. This client has emerged from a single codebase and is able to run on different platforms.
Currently it runs on Windows, Mac, ARM (Raspberry Pi), and Android.

This clip shows the Client on a Raspberry Pi 2 B and on a budget Android phone. The performance of JavaFX on both the Raspberry Pi 2 and the Android Phone is pretty good. Even for such a low budget phone.

We hope the client is evolving to a nice client to be used. Watch the clip and/or read on to find out the resources we used to create this current app.

The same app running on a PiTFT 3.5 inch display (Raspberry Pi 1 B) from adafruit uploaded by a PiDome user:

How to create dashboards:

More information about the clients and a little background can be found in this blog post:

Please follow the following links if you interested in also developing a single rich client able to run on multiple platforms:

JavaFXPorts:

To be able to run JavaFX on ARM devices (like the Raspberry Pi). The Guys at Gluon are offering builds:

NetBeans development plugin:

PiDome client libraries (alpha versions):

[2020 Latest] Wireless Charger, YEMO 3 in 1 Qi-Certified Wireless Charging Station for AirPods/Apple Watch Series 5/4/3/2/1,Fast Wireless Charging Stand for iPhone 11/11 pro/11 Pro Max/XS Max/XR

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14 Comments

  1. Asanda Ndimande - September 8, 2020

    I came here from a link provided by on a comment on a video from QT trash talking JavaFX on a raspberry Pi 3 they said.

  2. Andrew schaefer - September 8, 2020

    But can it control gpio pins

  3. Vertigo 101 - September 8, 2020

    wow , great stuff sir

  4. Chester Umbalin - September 8, 2020

    Great video, where did you get that touch screen?

  5. Erik Legerstee - September 8, 2020

    Complimenten! Ik denk ook binnkort een home automation te maken met een RfxCom alle merken hopelijk door mekaar :-). Dank!

  6. S Ahmed - September 8, 2020

    Be sure to read Home Automation review on my blog before you buy. Go to peacereviews. com/home-automation-review/ Thanks. Lpd Terrill.

  7. mahbub islAm - September 8, 2020

    Nice video. You may also want to checkout the review of home automation on my blog at bryanreviews. com/home-automation-review/ Thanks, Goddart.

  8. Newbie Codei - September 8, 2020

    +PiDome Domotica/Home Automation
    Will this work on the latest 3 Model B version of the PI? How much space would this take on my pi if I installed it?

  9. Newbie Codei - September 8, 2020

    +PiDome Domotica/Home Automation
    Wow, this is very inspirational, probably the best example of JavaFX + PI so far! What size screen is that running with the PI? A 10 inch?

  10. wesley eeckhoudt - September 8, 2020

    You sound like a dutchmen ?? Are you ? If yes , i have a lot of questions in the future . I'm now waiting for my Pi ( just ordered one) . Then testing and a lot of sleepless nights …

  11. Maxwell Moojw - September 8, 2020

    Great project.

  12. Michael Fa - September 8, 2020

    You have a German tranlation for the Interface?

  13. Lee Johnson - September 8, 2020

    Great project. is there any wink intergration?

  14. Andrew Blankenship - September 8, 2020

    Looking great!!

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