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Project Description


Python library for managing the phillips hue lightbulb

Getting Started

To get started you can get a list of your lights and work with them:

from bulby.client import HueBridgeClient
client = HueBridgeClient()
light = client.get_lights()[0]
client.set_color(light.light_id, '00ff00')

and now your light should be green! You can also reference lights by name:

from bulby.client import HueBridgeClient
client = HueBridgeClient()
client.set_color('Office 1', '00ff00')


API Documentation for the Phillips Hue is here:

You can test the API of your phillips hue by going to /debug/clip.html.

Running tests

To run the tests you can do the following:

tox -e py34

The first time you run the tests you will need to hold the link button.


Release History

Release History


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File Name & Checksum SHA256 Checksum Help Version File Type Upload Date
bulby-0.0.1.dev0.tar.gz (8.4 kB) Copy SHA256 Checksum SHA256 Source Mar 31, 2015

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