The WiFi controller is built on Open Source hardware, and I have released the software under an Open Source license. The first part of the software is installed on the WiFi controller, and it enables the controller to connect to your network and accept commands from an app or web browser to change the state of LED lights (change the color and brightness). The second part is a cross-platform mobile app, written in React Native, that operates the functions of the controller. The app is how you control your lights.
The source code is available now at github (Link).
Check out the app doing its thing
Coming soon… I’m wrapping up my Instructables series by showing how I built four backlit signs. The signs can be seen in the videos above, and the full article will be available in November.