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Description

📱 A web-based, wall-mountable command center for Home Assistant.

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A web-based, wall-mountable command center for Home Assistant.

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Features

  • Point-and-click admin interface for configuring tiles, layout, themes, and more
  • Drag and drop layout editor
  • Dashboard updates via JavaScript (no page reloading)

Tile Types

Home Assistant

State

Display the state of any entity.

Switch and Light

Display a switch, group, or light with an icon. Tap to toggle it on/off.

Person

Display a user's current location (zone name) and profile picture, if set.

Camera

Display a camera feed from a connected compatible camera. Customize the way the feed is displayed on the dashboard.

Weather

Display current weather information (temperature, high/low, conditions, rain, and wind. (For best results, enable the Dark Sky component for use with this tile.)

Scene

Start a scene in Home Assistant with a custom icon and label.

Calendar

Pull Google Calendar information and display the next n events on your dashboard.

Coming Soon

  • Support for multiple pages and navigation
  • Support for additional HA entity types
  • Additional weather attributes (humidity, forecast, etc)
  • Theme browser

Installing

HACC is an ASP.NET Core 3.1 LTS project. Therefore, it should be able to run on any environment that supports the ASP.NET 3.1 Runtime (Windows, Linux, macOS, ARM64, anything really).

Via Docker

Note: At this time, only Docker in Linux mode is supported. Docker in Windows mode is coming soon.

A public Docker image is published for this project: qjake/hacc

docker pull qjake/hacc
docker run -p 8095:8095 qjake/hacc

Your HACC instance will be available at: http://localhost:8095/

Manually

Download, build, and publish the project. Then deploy it to a server or into IIS.

Screenshots

Editing Themes

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Editing Tile Layout

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Browsing Tiles

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New Tile Selection

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