Home Assistant (HASS) Configurator

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Configuration UI for Home Assistant

The HASS-Configurator is a small webapp (you access it via web browser) that provides a filesystem-browser and text-editor to modify files on the machine the configurator is running on. It has been created to allow easy configuration of Home Assistant. It is powered by Ace editor, which supports syntax highlighting for various code/markup languages. YAML files (the default language for Home Assistant configuration files) will be automatically checked for syntax errors while editing.

Please configure the snap through snap set home-assistant-configurator server.*= and not edit the settings.conf file. See snap get home-assistant-configurator -d and https://git.giaever.org/joachimmg/home-assistant-configurator#install-from-the-snap-store-recommended after installation.

This snap requires the snap home-assistant-snap and supports acme-sh

Details for Home Assistant (HASS) Configurator

  • MIT

Last updated
  • 4 May 2021 - latest/stable
  • 4 May 2021 - latest/stable


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