homebridge-homeassistant -  Homebridge plugin for Home Assistant

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Control your accessories from Home Assistant with Siri and HomeKit. Set it up and poof, all of your supported accessories will be instantly controllable via Siri.Home Assistant is a home automation platform already, so this plugin aims to just expose your devices in a way that you can control them with Siri. While you can integrate your accessories into HomeKit for automations, the goals of this plugin are strictly to allow Siri to be a frontend for your accessories.

https://github.com/home-assistant/homebridge-homeassistant

Dependencies:

eventsource : ^0.2.1
request : ^2.69.0

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