Controlr - Smart House Hybrid Application Template

Controlr - Smart House Hybrid Application Template

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Controlr is a great starting point for the creation of a smart house (the Internet of Things conception) mobile control application. This template is based on the cutting edge AngularJS framework from Google and provides a great flexibility and extensibility.

Please note: Controlr is focused on building native/hybrid mobile apps rather than mobile websites (but you still can use it as a regular web application in any webkit browser like Chrome of Safari). If you are looking for a multi-purpose mobile web application rather than a hybrid try this high-rated Lemonado template:



HTML5 makes this template runnable on most modern web browsers, smartphones and tablets. Use Cordova/PhoneGap and convert the theme into a functional hybrid mobile application.
Compatibility starts from iOS 6+ for Apple devices and Android 4+ (with some support for 2.3)

Native Mobile Application User Experience

On preview page go to the Actions menu and hold on an action title to see an action sheet.



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Controlr comes with free and open-sourced icon font with over 500 icons to choose from.

There are several animation classes predefined that you can use:

  • fade-in
  • nav-title-slide-ios7
  • no-animation
  • reverse
  • slide-in-left
  • slide-in-right
  • slide-in-up
  • slide-left-right-ios7
  • slide-left-right
  • slide-out-left
  • slide-out-right
  • slide-right-left-ios7
  • slide-right-left

Use it by yourself or for a client

If you know what does means Arduino, Web API, JSON, etc. or you want to build your own house control center with both mobile and desktop support – this beautifully designed application template is for you. Monitor a Wi-Fi device, collect data from a weather station or just control your lights and reduce bills for electricity



Here is a documentation online.


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