|Project Name||Stars||Downloads||Repos Using This||Packages Using This||Most Recent Commit||Total Releases||Latest Release||Open Issues||License||Language|
|Homebridge Config Ui X||2,482||4||107||11 hours ago||1,134||November 29, 2023||28||mit||TypeScript|
|The Homebridge UI. Monitor, configure and backup Homebridge from a browser.|
|Homebridge plugin for RTSP Cameras with HSV, motion detection support, Image Rekognition, Web UI to manage/watch streams and WebApp support|
|Camera.ui||453||3||a month ago||266||July 08, 2022||63||mit||Vue|
|NVR like user Interface for RTSP capable cameras|
|Homebridge Kodi||16||2||3 years ago||21||April 15, 2022||2||mit||TypeScript|
|Kodi plugin for Homebridge|
|Placeholder repository for the Homebridge plugin development docs.|
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config.jsonwith advanced JSON syntax checking and structure validation
Homebridge UI also provides a tool called
hb-service which makes it easy to set up Homebridge as a service on Linux/Raspbian, macOS and Windows 10.
For detailed instructions on how to set up Node.js and Homebridge with Homebridge UI as a service, see the guides on the wiki:
If your platform is not listed above, or you want to use your own service manager, see the Manual Configuration wiki article for instructions on setting up the Homebridge UI to run as a Homebridge plugin instead of a service.
The default username is
admin and the default password is
The UI can be accessed via web browser by default on port
This shows an overview of your Homebridge system. The dashboard is widget-based and completely customisable with a number of themes available.
This shows you the currently installed plugins and allows you to install, remove and upgrade plugins.
You can configure supported plugins using the graphical settings editor, removing the need to manually edit the
config.json. Over 165 popular plugins have implemented support for this feature.
The configuration screen allows you to modify your Homebridge
config.json. The built-in editor automatically syntax-checks your JSON and makes a backup of your config every time you make a change.
This shows you the Homebridge rolling log. This is helpful for troubleshooting.
This shows you the Homebridge accessories for all the Homebridge instances on your network. You can use this to control accessories from a web browser and works well on mobile devices which allows users to control Homebridge from non-Apple devices.
The following browsers are supported by the Homebridge UI:
MS Internet Explorer (any version) is not supported!
The Homebridge UI follows the same Node support schedule as Homebridge. See the How-To-Update-Node.js page in the Homebridge wiki for currently supported versions.
You can check your current versions using these commands:
# check node version node -v # check npm version npm -v
Please see CONTRIBUTING.md.
Make sure you installed the package with
sudo and used the
--unsafe-perm flag. Most installation errors can be fixed by removing the Homebridge UI and reinstalling:
# cleanup sudo npm uninstall -g homebridge-config-ui-x # reinstall sudo npm install -g --unsafe-perm homebridge-config-ui-x
Make sure you are running supported versions of node and npm.
If the Accessories tab is not shown then you are not running Homebridge in insecure mode. See the Enabling Accessory Control wiki for details. If you have just enabled insecure mode make sure you have restarted Homebridge and refreshed the page in your browser.
Homebridge UI was originally created by oznu.