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Old 05-16-2019, 04:40 AM   #1
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LXer: Control Anything with Alexa Using Node.JS


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With just a little Node.JS, you can get your Alexa devices to do just about anything you can imagine by simulating Wemo smart plugs. Use the on/off requests of your "fake plug" to trigger the open and close of your garage door, launch a program on your computer or start and stop services. You're limited only by your imagination. Check out this tutorial to get you started automating things you never could before!

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