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Home Assistant Add-ons: The official repository

Add-ons for Home Assistant, allow you to extend the functionality around your Home Assistant setup. These add-ons can consist of an application that Home Assistant can integrate with (e.g., a MQTT broker or database server) or allow access to your Home Assistant configuration (e.g., via Samba or using the Configurator).

Add-ons can be installed and configured via the Home Assistant frontend on systems that have installed Home Assistant.

Add-ons provided by this repository

  • Almond

    Almond For Home Servers.

  • CEC Scanner

    Scan & discover HDMI CEC devices and their addresses.

  • Check Home Assistant configuration

    Check your current configuration against any Home Assistant version.

  • deCONZ

    Control a Zigbee network using ConBee or RaspBee hardware by Dresden Elektronik.

  • DHCP server

    A simple DHCP server.

  • Dnsmasq

    A simple DNS server.

  • Duck DNS

    Automatically update your Duck DNS IP address with integrated HTTPS support via Let's Encrypt.

  • File editor

    Simple browser-based file editor for Home Assistant.

  • Git pull

    Load and update configuration files for Home Assistant from a Git repository.

  • Google Assistant SDK

    A virtual personal assistant developed by Google.

  • Hey Ada!

    Voice assistant powered by Home Assistant.

  • HomeMatic

    HomeMatic central based on OCCU.

  • Let's Encrypt

    Manage an create certificates from Let's Encrypt.

  • MariaDB

    MariaDB database for Home Assistant.

  • Mosquitto broker

    An Open Source MQTT broker.

  • NGINX Home Assistant SSL proxy

    Sets up an SSL proxy with NGINX and redirects traffic from port 80 to 443.

  • RPC Shutdown

    Shutdown Windows machines remotely.

  • Samba share

    Expose Home Assistant folders with SMB/CIFS.

  • SSH server

    Allow logging in remotely to Home Assistant using SSH.

  • TellStick

    TellStick and TellStick Duo service.

  • OpenZWave

    Allow Home Assistant to talk to a Z-Wave Network via a USB Controller.


Got questions?

You have several options to get them answered:

In case you've found a bug, please open an issue on our GitHub.

Developing your own add-ons

In case you are interested in developing your own add-on, this repository can be a great source of inspiration. For more information about developing an add-on, please see our documentation for developers.

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