lovelace-xiaomi-vacuum-card - Simple card for Xiaomi robot vaccums in Home Assistant's Lovelace UI

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If you want to use the vacuum background image, add img/vacuum.png to /www/img/. Make sure you have the custom_updater component installed and working.

https://github.com/benct/lovelace-xiaomi-vacuum-card

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