- v0.*: Test Beds
- v1.*: Breadboarded Demos and Software Iteration
- v2: A Permanent Board
- v3: The Future?
- Apps and Such (#Twitter)
- Practical Uses
Web-controlled lights: Who doesn’t need ’em? I’d had my eye on something of the sort when I made the decision that none of the prebuilts available met my needs…I was going to have to build my own.
Specifically, I wanted a couple of particularly hard-to-find features:
- I wanted these to be controllable via a well-documented and easy-to-use API (preferably something fairly REST-compliant).
- I wanted something reasonably unlikely to die when I needed it to work (and I wanted to be able to fix it when it inevitably did).
- I wanted to be able to securely share access with a handful of people, but not leave it wide-open for the internet to abuse.
- I wanted to control not only the standard switched 120v overhead light but also some custom LED RGB lighting.