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ANNOUNCEMENT: new IRP encode/decode library + IRP database

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PostPosted: Fri Aug 11, 2017 8:03 am    Post subject: ANNOUNCEMENT: new IRP encode/decode library + IRP database Reply with quote

I am just finish irp_classes, a php library to handle RAW IR stream (from Arduino) and encode/decode them. No size limits, works with air conditioners (library accepts protocol-data and device-data).

Then, I developped a IRP database, home automation oriented, remotesDB, and as demo the first application: replica of any remote control, stateless or with status (i.e also for air conditioner with UI and dynamic keys).

Why php? I think to specialized applications, with advanced user interfaces, like a media center: you can choose the TV channels by channel icon, or to schedule air conditioner on week basis etc., beyond the simple replication of strandard IR remote controls (as in this demo). All this using smart-phone on WIFI or Internet.
Furthermore you can use it as a collection of tools (irp_classes, remotesDB, tools and libraries, etc.) to built your custom applications in an easy way: You wanna duplicate irdb? quasi ready. So why not php?

For more infos see wiki:

Bests regards,
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