Back in May during Google’s , the tech giant took the wraps off of the Local Home software development kit (SDK), which lets run smart code locally on Google Home Speakers and Nest Displays and tap integrated Wi-Fi radios to communicate with smart devices. Today, as promised, Google the Local Home SDK in preview, and it published an API reference and developer guide with samples.

“We’ve been working hard testing the platform with our partners … and are excited to bring you these additional technologies for connecting smart devices to the Google Assistant,” wrote Google developer advocate Toni Klopfenstein in a blog post.

As Klopfenstein explains, the Local Home SDK supports business logic that controls smart devices from GE, LIFX, Philips Hue, TP-Link, Wemo, and

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