How to set up Home Assistant integrations
These guides will teach you all about setting up Home Assistant integrations. I cover official integrations, as well as unofficial integrations. You can see all of the guides I’ve written further down or you can select one of the collections I’ve set up.
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
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.
Using the World Air Quality Index (WAQI) integration with Home Assistant you can monitor the outdoor air quality without buying or building your own sensor.
Using this simple script you will be able to monitor vital Raspberry Pi system information, such as CPU usage and temperature using MQTT.
The decision on whether to go with Zigbee2MQTT or ZHA isn’t an easy one. I hope that this comparison will help you come to a decision.
Uptime Robot is a service which will check the status of your websites and integrates with Home Assistant.