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home-assistant.github.io - :blue_book: Jekyll project to generate home-assistant.io

  •    HTML

This is the source for the Home-Assistant.io website.Setting up to contribute to documentation and the process for submitting pull requests is explained here.

home-assistant.io - :blue_book: Home Assistant User documentation

  •    HTML

This is the source for the Home-Assistant.io website. Setting up to contribute to documentation and the process for submitting pull requests is explained here.

operating-system - :beginner: Home Assistant Operating System

  •    Makefile

Home Assistant Operating System (formerly HassOS) is an operating system optimized for hosting Home Assistant and its Add-ons. Home Assistant Operating System uses Docker as Container engine. It by default deploys the Home Assistant Supervisor as a container. Home Assistant Supervisor in turn uses the Docker container engine to control Home Assistant Core and Add-Ons in separate containers. Home Assistant Operating System is not based on a regular Linux distribution like Ubuntu. It is built using buildroot and it is optimized for running Home Assistant, especially on single board compute (SBC) devices like the Pi, ODROID, NUC and Tinker Board (see supported hardware below).

mini-graph-card - Minimalistic graph card for Home Assistant Lovelace UI

  •    Javascript

A minimalistic and customizable graph card for Home Assistant Lovelace UI. The card works with entities from within the sensor domain and displays the sensors current state as well as a line graph representation of the history.




mini-media-player - Minimalistic media card for Home Assistant Lovelace UI

  •    Javascript

A minimalistic yet customizable media player card for Home Assistant Lovelace UI. Inspired by Custom UI: Mini media player and custom-lovelace.

hassos - :beginner: HassOS Docker hypervisor

  •    Makefile

Hass.io OS based on buildroot. It's a hypervisor for Docker and supports various kind of IoT hardware. It is also available as virtual appliance. The whole system is optimized for embedded system and security. You can update the system simple with OTA updates or offline updates.

room-assistant - A companion client for Home Assistant to handle sensors in multiple rooms.

  •    Javascript

room-assistant is a simple Node.js server for tracking presence and other things on a per-room basis. It pairs well with the mqtt_room component of Home Assistant. Upgrading from room-assistant 0.x? Please review the upgrade guide.

home-assistant-config - My Home Assistant configuration

  •    Shell

My Home Assistant configuration which connects to my Vera Edge to extend it's functionality.


hass-configurator - Configuration UI for Home Assistant

  •    Python

While the configuration UI of Home Assistant is still in development, you can use this small webapp to modify your configuration. It's essentially an embedded Ace editor, which has syntax hightlighting and automatic linting for yaml files (and a ton of other features you can turn on and off). There is also an integrated file browser to select whatever file you want to edit. When you are done with editing the file, click the save-button (or hit CTRL+s/CMD+s) and it will replace the original file. JT Martinez has done a wonderful job by implementing Material Design. If there is anything you want to have differently, feel free to fork and enhance. And if something is not working, create an issue here and I will have a look at it. WARNING: This tool allows you to browse your filesystem and modify files. So be careful which files you edit, or you might break critical parts of your system.

pyhomematic - Python 3 Interface to interact with Homematic devices

  •    Python

Python 3 Interface to interact with Homematic devices. This library provides easy (bi-directional) control of Homematic devices hooked up to a regular CCU or Homegear. The focus is to be able to receive events. If you are only interested in actively controlling devices, you can use the Python-built-in xmlrpc.client.ServerProxy (Python 3). See pyhomematic._server.ServerThread.connect on how to connect to a CCU / Homegear as a client.

addon-adb - Android Debug Bridge - Community Hass.io Add-on for Home Assistant

  •    Dockerfile

The Android Debug Bridge server program. The Android Debug Bridge (ADB) is a client-server program used in Android application development. This add-on provides the server program and can be used to get full local control over your Android (TV) devices.

addon-adguard-home - AdGuard Home - Community Hass.io Add-on for Home Assistant

  •    Shell

Network-wide ads & trackers blocking DNS server. AdGuard Home is a network-wide ad-and-tracker blocking DNS server with parental control (adult content blocking) capabilities. Its purpose is to let you control your entire network and all your devices, and it does not require using a client-side program.

addon-aircast - AirCast - Community Hass.io Add-on for Home Assistant

  •    Dockerfile

AirPlay capabilities for your Chromecast players. Apple devices use AirPlay to send audio to other devices, but this is not compatible with Google's Chromecast. This add-on tries to solve this compatibility gap.

addon-airsonos - AirSonos - Community Hass.io Add-on for Home Assistant

  •    Dockerfile

AirPlay capabilities for your Sonos (and UPnP) players. Apple devices use AirPlay to send audio to other devices, but this is not compatible with Sonos players. This add-on tries to solve this compatibility gap.

addon-appdaemon3 - AppDaemon3 - Community Hass.io Add-on for Home Assistant

  •    Shell

AppDaemon is a loosely coupled, multithreaded, sandboxed python execution environment for writing automation apps for Home Assistant home automation software. It also provides a configurable dashboard (HADashboard) suitable for wall mounted tablets. The installation of this add-on is pretty straightforward and not different in comparison to installing any other Hass.io add-on.

addon-base - Docker base images (Alpine) - Community Hass.io Add-on for Home Assistant

  •    Shell

Docker base images used by Community Hass.io Add-ons. These are the base images used by add-ons created by the Community Hass.io Add-ons.






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