The year is 2022. In the world of smart homes, a lot is evolving, from new devices to new smart home standards. There is a lot of material available, and I'll walk you through all you need to know to start or develop your smart home in 2022.

So, first and foremost, what do you need to get started with a smart home? To purchase smart devices, all you really need is a smartphone or computer and some spare cash.

So, that makes sense. Now you can just start buying home appliances, right? No, not at all. Before you buy anything, you should choose a smart home platform.

Amazon, Google, Apple, and Samsung are the top four platforms. These platforms, which are frequently linked to a smart assistant, aid you in configuring, controlling, and automating your smart home devices.

If you're more technical or want to go beyond the capabilities of these main platforms, you can use third-party platforms such as Homey, HomeBridge, and so on.

Thankfully, these drawbacks are finally being solved, thanks to a project called Matter. 

Matter is a new smart home standard being published later this year that was designed by all of the major smart home platform and device providers.

So, how would the situation help you as a home user?

For starters, it will make smart home gadgets easier to set up. Second, it will make it easier to manage those smart devices, and third, and most significantly, it will make the Matter-supported devices you purchase interoperable with other smart home systems.

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