Pavel Popov
Chief troubleshooting officer, software ninjaneer and digital migrant 🥷
Open source home automation that puts local control and privacy first


Source code:


Has use:

home automation


Jinja, pip, Requests, aiohttp, PyYAML, certifi, async-timeout, yarl, cryptography, bcrypt, voluptuous, ruamel.yaml, attrs, PyJWT, httpx, python-slugify, ciso8601, astral, awesomeversion, voluptuous-serialize

Operating systems:

Linux, Microsoft Windows, macOS

Coded in:



Apache License, Version 2.0

Home Assistant is a versatile and open-source home automation platform that allows users to control various smart devices and integrate them into a cohesive system.

It provides a centralized hub for managing everything from lights and thermostats to cameras and sensors. With its extensive support for different protocols and devices, users can customize their smart home experience to suit their needs. Its user-friendly interface, automation capabilities, and active community make it a popular choice for DIY enthusiasts and tech-savvy homeowners alike.

My opinion

Undoubtedly the best tool for home automation, thanks to its open architecture and active developer community. Unlike competitors, it offers a wide range of supported devices and integrations, providing an unprecedented level of flexibility and control over your smart home. Additionally, Home Assistant boasts powerful automation and security features, making it the optimal choice for those seeking full customization and reliable home protection.

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