Nido, a Raspberry Pi-based home thermostat
This respository is the primary library that the Nido smart thermostat is built around. If you're looking for instructions on how to run Nido on a Raspberry Pi, see https://github.com/alexmensch/nido for instructions and the full project background.
Running the application locally for development
Requirements and initial configuration
- Nido has been tested with Python 3.6.5 and higher. Python 2 is not supported.
- You will need both Docker and Docker Compose installed locally.
private-config.pywith your own private settings.
Starting the Nido backend and API server
> docker-compose up
Run Docker Compose from the base of the project to run the Nido thermostat and API locally. If you are not running on a Raspberry Pi, a test hardware fixture will be loaded instead of the native Raspberry Pi GPIO library.
Docker local volume mappings
nido/Local changes to the package source code are mapped to the Docker containers.
instance/Nido settings and scheduler database entries are stored outside the container.
log/Logs generated by backend RPC service and scheduler are generated here.
Shutting down Nido
> docker-compose down
Scripts and development tools
clean.shDelete all local and cached files generated by running in your local environment.
build.shBuild the Nido package for distribution.
pip install -r dev_requirements.txtInstalls packages useful for local development. Using Python
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