Paul from Mushroom Cards joins Nabu Casa
Will be working on the front-end
- New Automation Editor Cleans up the UI. Conditions and actions attempt to explain what they do, but can be renamed Can no longer change condition types, have to delete the condition States and attribute values can now be selected from a dropdown, and can be typed manually
- Weekly Schedule The schedule integration provides a way to create a weekly schedule in Home Assistant that can be used to trigger or make decisions in your automations and scripts.The preferred way to configure a schedule is via the user interface at Settings -> Devices & Services -> Helpers. Click the add button and then choose the Schedule option, or click the My button below.
- Zwave Ability for automatic updates. Can now upload Firmware directly from the Home Assistant control panel.If a manufacturer makes their firmware available to ZwaveJS, Home Assistant will prompt you in the updates area of Home Assistant to update the device. This will then update the device OTA
- Multi and remote adapter support for Bluetooth
- Zigbee backup and restore + migration Will allow you to move from the Home Assistant Blue to Yellow for example.
- Processor and memory in the hardware tab
- BTHome https://bthome.io/
Custom firmware for some Bluetooth devices. BTHome is an energy effective but flexible BLE format to broadcast data with Bluetooth and allows you to create your own DIY BLE sensors.
The Escea integration allows monitoring and control of local Escea fireplaces. These fireplaces are manufactured in New Zealand and sold throughout Australia and New Zealand.
- Fully Kiosk has an official integration with Home Assistant
Gives some extra features over the previous HACS add-on.Fully Kiosk Browser is a powerful kiosk browser for Android devices. It provides a number of features for monitoring and controlling your Android device. This integration gives you access to control your device and view the status in Home Assistant.
- Landis+Gyr Heat Meter
The Landis+Gyr Heat Meter integration for Home Assistant allows you to read the meter values from Ultraheat devices by Landis & Gyr. These devices are commonly used for district heating.
- LED BLE
Integrates multiple brands of Bluetooth Low Energy LED devices into Home Assistant. This integration works with devices that identify with the following names:
LEDnet (except LEDnetWF models)
LEDBlueThese devices have been sold under many brands, including: LED BLE BLE-LED Triones Happy Lighting Zengee LEDBlue Zerproc
Integrates Qingping devices into Home Assistant.
Supports Air Monitor Lite (CGDN1)
Alarm Clock (CGD1)
BT Clock Lite (CGC1)
Door/Window Sensor (CGH1)
LEE GUITARS Thermo-Hygrometer (CGM1)
Motion & Ambient Light Sensor (CGPR1)
Temp RH M (CGG1)
- Wireless Temperature Sensors
From ThermoPro and ThermoBeacon. Both Bluetooth based
- Yale Access Bluetooth
Integrates Yale Access Bluetooth devices into Home Assistant. Includes support for some August smart locks
The Homekit PM2.5 µg/m3 mappings in the HomeKit integration now use the values based on the US AQI set by the EPA
Roku media player will indicate
HOMEwhen at home screen. You can still detect home screen by looking at
- Utility Meter
The previously deprecated
utility_meterentities, used to change tariffs, has been removed. Please use the provided
- ZwaveJS Version Bump