nymea:app requires a device that runs the nymea deamon, commonly referred to as nymea:core. The device running the core requires a linux based system, and is designed to be lean and powerful. Example systems could be a Raspberry Pi, or a PC or a cloud server.
Make sure you check our wiki on how to install and do initial setup of your nymea system.
Plugin that supports the Philips Hue Gateway & bulbs
Raspberry Pi GPIO
Allows you to interact with a Raspberry Pi's GPIO
Plugin for the bluetooth bulb Avea made by Elgato
Open Weather Map
Plugin that allows you to get current weather data
This plugin allows you to control the media center Kodi
Plugin that receives data from Netatmo Weather Station
Plugin for ANEL Elektronik NET-PwrCtrl network controlled power sockets.
This plugin allows to receive the current energy market price.
This plugin allows to communicate with a boblight server.
Integrates nymea with Bose Soundtouch devices.
Allow nymea to be up-to-date with cryptocurrency trade values to alert you when it's time to act!
Execute arbitrary commands on your nymea system.
Integrate Conrad Electronics RF 433 devices in nymea.
Date / Time
Plugin that allows you to create rules based on the time, day, month, year, weekday or on weekend.
Makes nymea aware whether there's daylight or not. Without hardware, without internet. Just works. It's math!
This plugin supports the Denon AV Amplifier AVR-X1000
Publish or subscribe to dweet.io, the Twitter for devices.
Control RF 433MHz devices and receive signals from Elro devices
Supports the EQ-3 MAX! Cube as well as Eqiva Bluetooth radiator thermostats.
A plugin for the Xiaomi FlowerCare sensor.
HTTP Commander plugin
Control RF 433MHz devices and receive signals from Intertechno devices
Plugin for EV Charging Station KeContact P30
Plugin for LeyNew Shenzhen LED Lights controller
Plugin that allows interaction with LG SmartTV with LG UDAP 2.0 Protocol
Plugin that allows you to automate email notifications
Generic MQTT client plugin. Allows publishing and subscribing to other MQTT brokers.
This plugin allows to find and monitor local network devices
OneWire support for nymea. Ofent used for home-brew hardware.
Plugin for Pushbullet notifications
Remote SSH Plugin
Plugin for Nuimo wireless smart home controller
Send and receive arbitrary commands from a serial port.
Add support for devices from Shelly
Multimedia control on Sonos speakers
This plugin allows to make use of devices running Tasmota via the nymea internal MQTT broker. There is no external MQTT broker needed.
TCP Commander Plugin
This plugin allows control over BLE SensorTag from Texas Instruments.
This plugin allows to receive UDP packages
UniPi appliances support for nymea.
Control RF 433MHz devices and receive signals from Unitec devices
USB weather data receiver that works with devices from ELV weather sensors
This plugin allows you to send a "magic packet" to a local MAC Address
Plugin that allows you to control WeMo, the Belkin home automation system.
Plugin that allows control over WS2812 Color LED Strips.
nymea (/[n'aiːmea:]/ - is an open source IoT (Internet of Things) server, which allows to control a lot of different devices from many different manufacturers. With the powerful rule engine you are able to connect any device available in the system and create individual scenes and behaviours for your environment.
The nymea core is based on the Qt framework. We use Ionic for mobile hybrid apps and Angular for web interfaces. nymea is available in the official Ubuntu snappy store.
Debugging tool for developers
Hybrid Apps for Android, iOS and Windows.
Allows the user to control his devices in his favorite browser.
JSON RPC over Web Sockets
Stores all events in a local database.
Various interfaces for the User Interface.
Connects the various devices. So a sensor from company A can trigger a device from company B.
Loads all the Plug-Ins dynamically and takes care of the device setup.