hacs - Manage (Install, track, upgrade) and discover custom elements for Home Assistant.

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Manage (Install, track, upgrade) and discover custom elements for Home Assistant directly from the UI. HACS is a integration that gives the user a powerful UI to handle downloads of custom integrations and plugins.

https://hacs.netlify.com/
https://github.com/custom-components/hacs

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