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.
Almond For Home Servers.
Scan & discover HDMI CEC devices and their addresses.
Check your current configuration against any Home Assistant version.
Control a Zigbee network using ConBee or RaspBee hardware by Dresden Elektronik.
A simple DHCP server.
A simple DNS server.
Automatically update your Duck DNS IP address with integrated HTTPS support via Let's Encrypt.
Simple browser-based file editor for Home Assistant.
Load and update configuration files for Home Assistant from a Git repository.
A virtual personal assistant developed by Google.
Voice assistant powered by Home Assistant.
HomeMatic central based on OCCU.
Manage an create certificates from Let's Encrypt.
MariaDB database for Home Assistant.
An Open Source MQTT broker.
Sets up an SSL proxy with NGINX and redirects traffic from port 80 to 443.
Shutdown Windows machines remotely.
Expose Home Assistant folders with SMB/CIFS.
Allow logging in remotely to Home Assistant using SSH.
TellStick and TellStick Duo service.
Allow Home Assistant to talk to a Z-Wave Network via a USB Controller.
You have several options to get them answered:
In case you've found a bug, please open an issue on our GitHub.
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.