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ha-floorplan - Floorplan for Home Assistant

  •    HTML

Out of the box, the Home Assistant front end provides a great way of viewing and interacting with your entities. This project builds on top of that, allowing you to extend the user interface by adding your own visuals. Despite its title, Floorplan for Home Assistant can be used as a general purpose user interface for just about anything you want to present in a visual way.

homeassistant-config - 🏡 My Home Assistant Configs

  •    Python

Here's my Home Assistant configuration. I have installed HA on an Intel NUC SkullCanyon with 32GB RAM and 500GB NVMe SSD. I am currently running Ubuntu 16.04 LTS on the NUC and used the virtual environment approach to install HA. I moved my entire configuration to Lovelace. Here are some screenshots (please note that these may not be the most updated images, but you should get an idea).

homeassistant - Example Home Assistant Configs

  •    Shell

My personal Home Assistant configurations with 300+ automations. These are my active automations and configurations that I use every day. Updated frequently as I add more devices and come up with more and more complicated ways to do simple tasks. Many of my automations rely on some form of lighting but many examples can be found in lights.yaml and location.yaml.

Open-Home-Automation - Open Home Automation with Home Assistant, ESP8266/ESP32 and MQTT

  •    C++

Nowadays everything becomes connected to the Internet and gives us a glimpse of many new possibilities. Home automation is part of it and offers many advantages for their users. This repository is dedicated to Home Assistant, an open source project with an amazing community, ESP8266 and ESP32 modules, the MQTT protocol and much more [...]. Home Assistant is a home automation platform running on Python 3. The goal of Home Assistant is to be able to track and control all devices at home and offer a platform for automating control [Home-Assistant].

Home-Assistant-Configuration - 🏡 My Home Assistant Configuration Files. Be sure to ⭐️ my repo!

  •    HTML

Home Assistant configuration files (YAMLs). These are my Home Assistant configuration files. Configuration files are being edited with VSCode IDE Hass.io Add-on.

BRUH3-Home-Assistant-Configuration - Home Assistant configuration documented on my YouTube channel

  •    Shell

I'm currently running Home Assistant version 0.46.0. My preferred installation method is Hassbian. After downloading the disk image and writing it to an SD card with Etcher, I run the following commands in Putty to install the required prerequisites.

home-assistant-config - My Home Assistant configuration

  •    Shell

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

ha-config - My Home Assistant configuration

  •    Python

Home Assistant is a super cool open source home automation platform. This repository contains the configuration I run at my house.

Home-Assistant-Config - My Home Assistant Configuration

  •    Python

Yes, I name my servers after rappers... It's primary function is as a router and as a NAS, mostly storing media (TV, movies, music) as well as a backup target for computers.

home-assistant-config - Home Assistant configuration

  •    HTML

This is my currently running home-assistant configuration.

yamburger - YAML syntax got you down? That's a YAMBURGER!

  •    Javascript

An example configuration that adds support for Home Assistant's custom YAML tags is available here. Please file an issue! If you'd prefer to reach out in private, please send an email to pal@urcomputeringpal.com.

Home-Assistant - Home-Assistant-Config

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This is my current Home Automation setup, based on Homeassistant. This is my live system as it is running in my house at the moment. I am currently tracking the beta channel of releases. Below you will find links to how it is all organised, and I am in the process of adding a Wiki to this site that will explain how to create a system like mine from scratch... Click here to see the Hardware and Software I am using around the house.



This repo contains the working Home Assistant configuration for Anchorage House. Below are links to the devices currently being used, blog posts, and other HA enthusists that provided inspiration and configs to help build this config. All of the code is free to use. The configuration was migrated from a old PC to a RaspberryPi 3 back in 2017. The old configutation is stored in branch V1-config for anyone that wants to see the old version.

Home-AssistantConfig - My Home Assistant configuration files

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This is my Home Assistant configuration, I'm currently running 0.75.3. It is installed on a Raspberry Pi 3, using the old All in One installer (effectively a manual install like this, on a 16 GB card, that I've upgraded to Python 3.6. I use a Razberry board for Z-Wave control. To limit the risk brought by SD card corruption (a known risk with Pi3) I store the Home Assistant database on a USB stick, and use a multi-port USB charger with sufficient power for all ports, but have left one unused. The power cables are short, and high quality, to minimise issues with voltage drop. Of course, I also take many different backups to reduce the risk of losing anything.

home-assistant-config - My configuration for Home Assistant

  •    Python

This is my Home Assistant configuration. The goal is to minimize manual control and leave as much as possible to automation. The configuration constantly evolves, so be sure to star the project to keep up with the updates. Below are some of my most used automations, which make life just a bit easier and more fun. For a complete list, have a look in the automation/ folder of the repository.

mysmarthome - :star: ALIVE Again! :star: SmartHome - Nothing but smarthome stuff here! Have fun browsing through my home automation setup

  •    Python

Here you will find a bunch of scripts that I use to automate my home. I have a bunch of Raspberry Pi's, and Pi Zeros at home along with a bunch of "smart" devices of various brands. All these smart devices work great independently but not together. My goal is to bring all of them together and have them talk to each other with a little bit of programming and make them really smarter as a whole! I also want to be able to run all the software on Raspberry Pi's only.