The best Home Assistant guides
Despite the many improvements over the years, Home Assistant can be quite intimidating at first. To help you start your journey into the world of home automation, I’ve put together a number of guides. These guides cover Home Assistant integrations, hardware, and the web-based Lovelace dashboard.
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.
Using Node-RED, ESP-32 boards, and an iBeacon, you can execute room-dependant commands by pushing a button on the Philips Hue dimmer switch.
This short guide will show you how to add and configure a Blueprint in Home Assistant.
Previous versions of the Gledopto LED controllers had some serious flaws. Will these be fixed in the Gledopto Zigbee 3.0 LED Controller Pro?
In this guide I’ll be showing you how to convert a readily available Aqara Water Leak Sensor into an instant rain meter.
Using this plugin you can control Home Assistant entities using a Stream Deck. It even supports dynamic icons!
A room-assistant companion app, which is currently in beta, allows those in the Apple ecosystem to benefit from everything BLE has to offer.
OctoPrint has got its very own Lovelace card for the Home Assistant dashboard.
This guide will show you how to replace the default shopping list in Home Assistant with Bring using a custom component.
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.