Home Assistant guides
Home Assistant is an open-source home automation platform. As part of your smart home, Home Assistant will observe the state of your smart-devices, control all of your devices from a single interface, and make your home adjust to what you’re doing using automation.
As Home Assistant can be quite intimidating at first, I’ve put together a few guides to help you start your journey into the world of home automation.
HASS Workstation Service is a new application which allows you to control and monitor your Windows PC from Home Assistant using MQTT.
Using a custom component you can integrate TickTick with Home Assistant.
Home Assistant Desktop is a small open-source application built with Electron. It is compatible with Windows, macOS, and Linux
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A couple of days ago Wyze decided to once again show some love to those wanting to integrate their Wyze Cam V2 or Wyze Cam Pan with Home Assistant using RTSP.
The Shelly 1 will allow you to keep your old doorbell and chime but will notify Home Assistant whenever someone is at the door.
The Google Nest integration with Home Assistant isn’t local, which would be my preferred way of doing things, and it is rather complex but it is better than nothing.
While there is an official Google Nest Wifi integration with Home Assistant, it leaves much to be desired. The unofficial Google Nest Wifi integration with Home Assistant is much better!
It appears that Home Assistant version 0.118 has fixed the Yeelight integration.
The Wyze Cam is a top-rated security camera not only due to its low price point. As things stand there is, unfortunately, no easy way of integrating the Wyze Cam V3 with Home Assistant.