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Automated Home using Raspberry Pi 2 (Windows 10 IoT Core) and Arduino.
Anurag S. Vasanwala
Start coding online with the Arduino Web Editor, save your sketches in the cloud, and always have the most up-to-date version of the IDE!
Welcome: Say hello to your little friend!
A Home Automation system using a Raspberry Pi 2 and Windows 10 IoT Core including an App.
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Team Windows IoT
Work in progress
A smart home solution to all your separated "smart" devices that you can host yourself, customize, and add functionality to.
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