The open Home Automation Bus (openHAB) project aims at providing a universal integration platform for all things around home automation. It is a pure Java solution, fully based on OSGi.
It is designed to be absolutely vendor-neutral as well as hardware/protocol-agnostic. openHAB brings together different bus systems, hardware devices and interface protocols by dedicated bindings. These bindings send and receive commands and status updates on the openHAB event bus. This concept allows designing user interfaces with a unique look&feel, but with the possibility to operate devices based on a big number of different technologies. Besides the user interfaces, it also brings the power of automation logics across different system boundaries.
For further Information please refer to our homepage www.openhab.org.
openHAB 2 Distribution
openHAB 2 is the successor of openHAB 1. It is an open-source solution based on the Eclipse SmartHome framework. It is fully written in Java and uses Apache Karaf together with Eclipse Equinox as an OSGi runtime and bundles this with Jetty as an HTTP server.
For the latest snapshot builds, please see to our jenkins job.
Please refer to our tutorials on how to get started with openHAB 2.
Community: How to Get Involved
As any good open source project, openHAB welcomes community participation in the project. Read more in the how to contribute guide.
If you are a developer and want to jump right into the sources and execute openHAB from within Eclipse, please have a look at the IDE setup procedures.
You can also learn how openHAB 2 bindings are developed.
In case of problems or questions, please join our vibrant openHAB community.
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|JFrog is providing an Artifactory instance for our snapshots as well as distributing our releases through Bintray.|
|EJ Technologies is providing us open source licenses for JProfiler to make openHAB even more awesome.|