Home Assistant (HA or HASS) is a completely free home automation software developed with the Python language. From a simple project to learn how to program in Python, Home Assistant has become in some years one of the most popular open source home automation projects on GitHub. Home Assistant supports the majority of current home automation protocols (RFXtrx, MQTT, MySensors, Modbus, Z-Wave, 1-Wire,). HA can be used on all the platforms that can run Python (Windows, MacOS, Raspberry PI, etc.). HA can be used on all platforms that can run Python (Windows, MacOS, Raspberry PI, NAS Synology, Docker, Linux …).
Category: Home Assistant, Home Automation Server
Home Assistant integrates natively the support of radio home appliances compatible with the Open Source RFLink gateway. In the previous tutorial, we saw how to include connected ...READ MORE +
After introducing the Homie library in the two previous articles (well starting with Homie, programming principle), it is time to move on to a complete example of application. In ...READ MORE +
Connected objects developed using the MySensors library are very well supported by Home Assistant. In this tutorial, we will see how to integrate MySensors projects developed ...READ MORE +
The Xiaomi Smart Home kit is very well supported by the Open Source Home Assistant home automation server. This very economical kit is very well adapted to begin in home ...READ MORE +
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Home Assistant is a home automation server fully developed in the Python language, so it is possible to install it on an Orange Pi. For this tutorial, I used an Orange Pi+ 2e ...READ MORE +