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- Subject: Re: [Where Lua] Factorio
- From: Laurent FAILLIE <l_faillie@...>
- Date: Fri, 12 Aug 2016 19:47:26 +0000 (UTC)
You can add 2 of my open source projects as well :
* Marcel ( https://github.com/destroyedlolo/Marcel
) : an MQTT injector mostly made for smart home usages. It publishes on MQTT network 1-wire figures, meteo forecast and many others ... It is able as well to control external devices thru 1-wire network and send alerts (SMS but limited to a French provider, Mail or Google Cloud Messaging). Lua is used to create custom controls on data as well as custom actions.
* Séléné ( https://github.com/destroyedlolo/Selene
) : it's an automation tool based on MQTT messages. It can launch Lua script on message's arrival as well as publish orders again thru MQTT messages.
Thanks to it's DirectFB plug-in, it can be used to build graphical applications powered by Lua's scripts without X overload.
Séléné is the core of my home automation system, driving shutters and probably warming in the future, determining alarm condition, ...
I use it also to make one of my own dashboards using a bricked android tablet, resurrected with Linux and using Séléné's DirectFB plug-in.
Marcel is the low layer part b/w the MQTT network and the real world.
Le Vendredi 12 août 2016 8h15, Paul Merrell <firstname.lastname@example.org> a écrit :
On Thu, Aug 11, 2016 at 7:24 PM, Andrew Starks <email@example.com
> While browsing Steam at work (Hi boss! Hey there!), I came across
Added to the queue for the Where Lua Is Used page.
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