homeassistant-lovelace-alarm-clock-card - Building the perfect alarm clock...

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In the quest for a perfect Alarm Clock, I'm getting closer, thanks to home assistant. This card was designed for a tablet which I use on my nightstand with a resolution of 1280px on 800px. The idea is to have a really minimalistic, readable clock with some Home Assistant love.

https://github.com/rdehuyss/homeassistant-lovelace-alarm-clock-card

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