I searched the forums and could not find an answer to this, so I apologize if this has already been asked or answered. I'm also not quite sure on the correct terminology either so I could have been searching for the wrong term.
I currently have a raspberry pi based deCONZ hub controlling my philips hue and other zigbee based lights and switches. But I'm really interested in the hubitat so I can expand into some zwave devices with all local execution.
A feature that I love about deCONZ is that it will do a direct pairing of the lights and switches so that if the hub goes down, the basic functionally of the light switches still function. "Direct" is the terminology that I'm not quite sure is correct. It's where the light is paired directly to the switch and does not require the hub. But deCONZ does the pairing in such a way that the hub can also still control the device.
I'm building a house with all smart lights and only the battery powered Philips hue dimmer switches. I don't like the idea that if my hub goes down that my lights don't work. Does hubitat have this direct pairing feature?