That’s called Hubitat. And I’m seriously thinking about switching when they turn off the Groovy IDE.
As often happens with Big Tech, Samsung has not understood the distinction between the professional developer (in this case, mostly, the device manufacturer) who has the resources to host everything in the cloud, and is going to sign up as a “developer”, the “community developer” who is still developing code for others and will likely sign up as a developer but won’t have the resources to host their own servers for all their users’ automations, and the “home developer”/“power user” who is primarily writing code (or modifying others’ code) for their own use, and will NOT want to sign up as developers or host their own stuff in the cloud.
SmartThings knew the difference, I’m not sure Samsung does. But they’ve let us have Good Things for this long, which is way better than I would have expected from most large tech companies.