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Starting with AppDaemon in Home Assistant


This is a bonus video to the 2 part series about automating heating in Home Assistant. And I decided to make it as a separate video for 2 reasons: 1) I have tried to make it as a more general guide to starting with AppDaemon in Home Assistant. So it is not specific for the heating. 2) And if it is part of the original video, it would be too detailed. This is an experiment – after the initial part, where we install AppDaemon, I will dive deep into the code and explain what it does and how it works. I guess it will be very boring for most people, or maybe interesting for someone – I have no idea. But it this helps one person to start writing AppDaemon automations in Home Assistant (or even start writing simple code in Python) I’ll be happy! Please let me know in the comments. The AppDaemon script is available here: 🤍 AppDaemon configuration: 🤍 Home Assistant: 🤍 About me: 🤍 #HomeAssistant #DIY

Home Assistant and AppDaemon


In PART 1 - We check out AppDaemon 4, set it up in Home Assistant , setup logs for debugging our Apps and see how it work. And run through an app too see how a simple app operates. 01:25 - Install AppDaemon 4 in Home Assistant 02:30 - Setup appdaemon.yaml file and custom log files 05:00 - Setup Apps and Apps.yaml file 06:25 - Start first App and explanation of Class and Methods 11:30 - Test out app tailing the log files in terminal and very basic debugging AppDaemon works along with Home Assistant and is useful for creating more complex automations and the created apps can be reused in other place around your automation system. It use Pythonic script so learning about Python would be very useful if you are interested in using AppDaemon. Check out these guys if you want my video on Python: 🤍 🤍

AppDaemon in Docker for Home Assistant on Synology - #020


Today we will install AppDaemon in Docker on Synology for Home Assistant. 🤍 🤍 00:00 Intro AppDaemon is a multithreaded, sandboxed python execution environment for writing automation apps that can greatly improve your current options in both Home Assistant automations and Node-RED. There are only a few steps to get you started with AppDaemon. 01:07 - Before we go into command line, we have to create Long-lived Access Token in Home Assistant. Don't forget to copy it or save as temporary note somewhere. 02:07 - We have to create new folder for configuration file and future applications and dashboards: mkdir /volume1/docker/appdaemon 02:44 - Following is terminal command we have to run to get it downloaded and installed: sudo docker run name=appdaemon -itd net=host restart=always -e HA_URL="" -e TOKEN="COPY YOUR TOKEN HERE" -e DASH_URL="" -v /volume1/docker/appdaemon:/conf -v /etc/localtime:/etc/localtime:ro acockburn/appdaemon:latest 07:00 - Next step is to go into Portainer, check if everything is correct (and it will not be). Stop the Docker container so we can proceed. 07:36 - In Synology File Station go to /Docker/AppDaemon folder and right-click on appdaemon.yaml file to edit permissions. Now edit appdaemon.yaml file and add couple of lines just below "appdaemon:": latitude: 45.815399 # copy your data from Home Assistant longitude: 15.966568 # copy your data from Home Assistant elevation: 100 # copy your data from Home Assistant time_zone: Europe/Zagreb # change to match your time zone Don't forget to save changes. 09:41 - Next step is to go back to Portainer and start AppDaemon container. If everything is working OK, you should see Hello World app successfully started in AppDaemon log file. 09:59 - You can now access AppDaemon UI on following IP address: (please change to match your Synology IP address). Here is a nice list of AppDaemon scripts and examples you can use in your install: 🤍 You can of course also use HACS for some of the scripts it has in its repository. Thank you for watching this video. If you have any questions or comments , please leave them below or contact me on the Discord Server. Have fun! BeardedTinker Twitter: 🤍BeardedTinker Discord: 🤍 #HomeAssistant #AppDaemon #Synology #Docker

Home Assistant and Appdaemon Part 2


We look at some more of the basic functions of Appdaemon to help you get started with advanced automations using Python Scripting. We will use an example program based around a Reticulation Control System. The point of the video's is to demonstrate the functions of AppDaemon so you don't have to waste time figuring it out. 01:00 - What we are actually making in Home Assistant Finished Product 01:42 - Setting up helpers in Home Assistant for the App 03:45 - Bringing in Arguments from App Setup 05:20 - Passing argument from callbacks to callback functions 09:45 - Using Handles on timers and other functions 12:40 - Format Log Entries - using f Strings 14:20 - Using Contraint in apps and on callbacks 18:00 - Using inline sequences - instead of sleep() 21:00 - Trying out the retic controller app Follow along at - 🤍 🤍 🤍

5 INCREDIBLE Home Assistant Dashboards


A nice looking smart home dashboard is a key component of your smart home, it's how you will interact with your devices, get information and most importantly of all, its how you get street cred with other smart home enthusiasts when you whip out your phone to compare who has the nicest app, but with tons of community made dashboards out there, it can be hard to know where to get started, so lets cover 5 incredible looking dashboards that you can get started with right now! If you'd like to support me and future projects: Patreon: 🤍 Links: Dwains' Dashboard: 🤍 Homekit by Mattias: 🤍 SWAKES by Sam Wakes: 🤍 Homekit Infused: 🤍 Minimalist: 🤍 Buy Me a Coffee: 🤍 Written Article: 🤍 EVERYWHERE YOU CAN FIND ME: Everything Smart Home Community Discord: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 (🤍EverySmartHome) Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 #homeassistant #smarthome Some of the links above are affiliate links, where I earn a small commission if you click on the link and purchase an item. You are not obligated to do so, but it does help fund these videos in hopes of bringing value to you! 0:00 - Intro 0:28 - What is a Dashboard? 2:32 - Dwains Dashboard 4:07 - Homekit Inspired 5:29 - SWAKES 6:21 - Homekit Infused 7:14 - Minimalist

Smart Home Control Panel - Best looking and most useful component | HA Dashboard


🤍 🤍 🤍 The first time I saw images of HA Dashboard it was love at first sight. Took me a while to work up the courage to ask her out, but now she's mine forever. The long description for this project is on the website (🤍 Here are some of the most important links/text you'll need: AppDaemon Repo: 🤍 Install instructions for non-Hassio: 🤍 Dashboard Creation: 🤍 🤍 And if you want to read ahead, a lot of what we'll do in Part 2 will be custom skins: 🤍

Advanced Smart Home Dashboards Made EASY


It’s smart home dashboards time! Even if you have zero dashboard experience, I will show you how to get up and running with everything you need. It’s easier than you might think! Plus I’ll show you what my own dashboard looks like. Links (affiliate): Mounts iPad mount Jimmy used: 🤍 Fire 10 mount Jimmy used: 🤍 Recessed Outlet: 🤍 Short lightning cable: 🤍 PoE Splitter to USB: 🤍 Lux light switch wall mount: 🤍 Amazon Fire HD 8+: 🤍 Fire HD 8+ charging stand: 🤍 SmartThings DAKboard: 🤍 Fully Kiosk Browser: 🤍 Free alternative to Kiosk Browser: 🤍 Sharptools: 🤍 ActionTiles: 🤍 HomeKit Home+ 5: 🤍 Home Assistant Wall Panel app: 🤍 Dashboard demo for examples: 🤍 Follow Jimmy Hawkins for SmartThings and automations! 🤍 Subscribe to Shane Whatley for everything HomeKit: 🤍 His latest dashboard video: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE so you don’t miss more smart home videos: 🤍 0:00 Intro 0:42 SmartThings 3:54 HomeKit 4:46 Home Assistant 8:31 Out of the box 9:26 I WON! wait… DISCOVER MORE Ultimate Smart Home Hubs Comparison 2021: 🤍 10 SmartThings Ideas: 🤍 Nest Hub Max Review + ideas: 🤍 MY SETUP & GEAR See the list of everything I use in my smart home and other favorites: 🤍 HATS Get a Smart Home Solver hat: 🤍 FOLLOW ME Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 MUSIC The End by EVA 🤍 Disclaimer: Smart Home Solver was sent some of the products in this video for previous unbiased reviews. As always, our opinions are 100% our own and not influenced.

Building my PERFECT Smart Home Control Panel!


See how you can save money on your Smart Home insurance with Hiro: 🤍 In this video I take you through building my perfect smart home control panel with Home Assistant, I have wanted to do this for years and today is finally the day! I take you through my requirements for building my wall mounted smart home control panel, part selection and how I actually built it into my smart home, as well as some Home Assistant automations I have planned for it. I also show you the software for the wall panel too! If you'd like to support me and future projects: Patreon: 🤍 Hardware used: Tablet (UK): 🤍 Tablet (International): 🤍 Buy Me a Coffee: 🤍 Written Article: 🤍 EVERYWHERE YOU CAN FIND ME: Everything Smart Home Community Discord: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 (🤍EverySmartHome) Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 #homeassistant #smarthome Some of the links above are affiliate links, where I earn a small commission if you click on the link and purchase an item. You are not obligated to do so, but it does help fund these videos in hopes of bringing value to you!

Two SIMPLE Home Assistant Dashboards for Mobile and Tablet (NO coding)


How to create a dashboard in home assistant with Lovelace for Ipad and iPhone Want to learn even more? 🎥Smart Home Makers Membership (7 DAYS FREE)🎥 : 🤍 ★Dashboard Course★:🤍 I’m using grid cards, entities, picture elements, picture glance, sensor, mini media player, weather. ★★ Contents ★★ 00:00 - Intro & Demo 06:37 - Create a User 07:33 - Dashboard for Ipad 28:57 - Alarm view 34:36 - Climate view 35:45 - Dashboard for Iphone 45:42 - Further learning ★My Gear★ 🤍 🤍 🤍 ★★Connect with me ★★ ☕Coffee☕: 🤍 Web: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 DISCLAIMER: This YouTube video description contain affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission. This allows us to continue to make videos like this. #smarthomemakers #homeassistant #smartthome

Home Automation on Steroids (Chapter 1) : Home Assistant (HASS) and AppDaemon


Home Assistant is a powerful home automation framework based on Python. Add the AppDaemon plugin to it and it becomes an unstoppable force for creating complex automation rules beyond your imagination. I've been in the smart home space for over 3 years now, but I haven't seen the flexibility that HASS gives you with any other framework like smartthings, zipato, vera, wink or even fibaro. Yes, you have to code a lot as there is no UI for the configuration, but personally I feel that in the end the pain is worth it ! I hope this video helps anybody who is getting into the smart home space and really understand AppDaemon and it's power.

State Machines in Home Assistant/AppDaemon - Washer Notifier Part II


(This is part II of the video. Watch Part I here: 🤍 Leaving the clothes in the washer for too long? Need a way to detect when the washer is done? In this video I walk you through the process I went through to create such a device and the related automation code. I build a little sensor using an ESP-01 and an accelerometer (MPU6050) that send off data to my home assistant instance. The programming was done using ESPHome. A Home Assistant automation then takes these readings and detects when the washer is complete and announces over Amazon Echo and Google Home devices in the home. In part II, I walk you through the design and implementation of a state machine in Home Assistant using AppDaemon to identify the state of the washer from the vibration sensor values. When the automation detects that the washer is done, it send notifications (as broadcasted messages) over Google Home and Amazon Echo/Alexa. All the code, configurations and schematics are in the github repository: 🤍 * Schematic: 🤍 * State Diagram: 🤍 * Google Assistant Integration using Assistant Relay: 🤍 * Alexa Integration: 🤍 * Home Assistant Configuration: 🤍 * AppDaemon Automation Apps: 🤍 * EspHome Configuration: 🤍

Using AppDaemon with the Nest API


Using Nest devices in Home Assistant with AppDaemon and the Nest API. Watch my latest video here: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 If you would like to support me: Buy me a beverage: 🤍 Become a patron: 🤍 Products I reference in my videos (Contains affiliate links) 🤍 Watch my latest video here: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 If you would like to support me: Buy me a beverage: 🤍 Become a patron: 🤍 Products I reference in my videos (Contains affiliate links) 🤍 DISCLAIMER: This YouTube video description contains affiliate links. Your cost doesn't change for the linked products but I might receive a small commission which helps me to continue providing content like these videos. Excellent tool to help manage your channel: 🤍 Github Link for 🤍 Videos Referenced: Nest Integration in HA .117: 🤍 Set up Google and Smart Device Integration: 🤍 DISCLAIMER: Some of the links above take you to affiliate sites that may or may not pay a small commission to me. It doesn't increase the cost to you, but it does help support me in making these videos. Want to send me something? Send it here! Mostlychris 24165 IH-10 West STE 217 #164 San Antonio, TX 78257

Home Automation on STEROIDS #2 (Home Assistant, AppDaemon, FloorPlan, Grafana, InfluxDB, Powerwall)


If you want to look into my configuration, it's on my github repo. 🤍 Hopefully, this video will illuminate some of the possibilities of automating your home using Home Assistant (🤍). I'm running it on a Raspberry Pi 3B+ using the HASSIO image. The entire dashboard is in LovelaceUI, with plugins like FloorPlan, Grafana and Lovelace cards like Weather, Calendar and Bar Card. All the automation has been done using AppDaemon which is a plugin to Home Assistant that enables you to access all devices in HA just like variables / parameters. I've had a blast learning and implementing Home Assistant. If you guys need any help getting started or need some samples from my dashboard, pease feel free to ask. Thanks, have fun !

HomeAssitant Dashboard Creation


Check out the updated video no Lovelace UI: 🤍 Hey guys and gals we finally got it done! I had some obstacles to run into on this one. In this video we will be taking a look at how to build your very own HomeAssistant Dashboard using the AppDaemon add-on for HASS. We will be using HASS.IO as our homeassistant installation to make things easier. Links: Install appdaemon first 🤍 Create a touch screen dash board for home assistant 🤍 First install HASS.IO Download image from 🤍 Raspberry pi 3 B+ 🤍 Power Supply 🤍 Micro SD Card 🤍 7" Touch Screen 🤍 - Try Amazon Prime 30-Days 🤍 Support the Channel and Become a Patron 🤍 Check out the Channel Store 🤍 Checkout the Forum!! 🤍 Support the channel tip with bitcoins Address: 1MvcZHRbDm9czS8s776iutBBPJ39K4PEHh Follow me on Instructables 🤍 Follow me on Facebook 🤍 Follow me on Twitter 🤍 T-Shirts 🤍

Part 3/5 - Beginner to Expert Home Automation masterclass


This is 3rd part of the 5-part masterclass, where you can learn about all you need to automate your home. In part 1, we created automation from a blueprint that came with HA. In part 2, created basic automation from the device page. In this 3rd part, will go through all the scripting actions available: 00:00 - intro (my reasons for using automations in HA) 05:40 - documentation - overview of available actions 14:09 - example of use - improving our automation 21:11 - outro Part 4 will be about templates and the Home Assistant states. And finally, in part 5, we'll make a blueprint, use it, and share it with others. Enjoy! Photo by Ihor Saveliev - 🤍

Alexa conversation with Appdaemon in german


The first real conversation from me with appdaemon, using alexa.

HOW TO - Use Secrets in Home Assistant


In this video we are having a look at how to use Secrets in Home Assistant. You may have heard me or others talk about them in Home Assistant. Well here is a classic Janky MarkWattTech description for them! Again to reiterate. The syntax is : !secret yourSecret name (I accidentally put this the wrong way round in the video) A secret has a name that is used to reference it. And the value is the information it holds (e.g. password). Hope it makes sense! ▬ Video Chapters ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 0:00​ - Intro 0:21 - What are Secrets? 3:00 - Secrets Demo 6:30 - What Secrets aren't 7:44 - Secrets Summary 8:14 - Outro –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 🙏Support my Channel - Become a PATRON🙏 Consider supporting the channel by becoming a Patron. Any and all funds go into creating new content and bigger projects. ► 🤍 📣FOLLOW ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA📣 Follow me on all of the places for exclusive insights and updates; 👤 Facebook: 🤍 👤 FB Group: 🤍 📸 Instagram: 🤍 🐦 Twitter: 🤍 ► MarkWattTech Sub Reddit : 🤍 ▬ Buy Me a Coffee ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ ☕ Found my content helpful? Any and all funds will go towards helping improve future content. Plus there are an extra few perks to becoming a member. ☕ If your interested check it out : ► Buy Me a Coffee: 🤍 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 🎵 Track Info: Title: All That Royalty free from : 🤍 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– #markwatttech​​ #homeassistant​​ #localtuya

Node Red for Beginners - 2021 Edition (Using Home Assistant)


Home Assistant and Node-RED are the ultimate automating duo, get started today with this video. Thank you to Govee for sponsoring this video. Check out their new Govee Immersion TV backlight: 🤍 Visit my website: 🤍 Follow me on Twitter: 🤍TheHookUp1 Join me on Facebook: 🤍 Support my channel: Patreon: 🤍 Music by 🤍 #Govee

Installing Appdaemon (HAdashboard) in Docker!!


This video is a tutorial on how to install appdaemon in a docker container. Here is a link to get you started... 🤍 Start by installing appdaemon..... sudo docker run -d \ name=appdaemon \ restart on-failure \ -p 5050:5050 \ -v /Users/adrian/appdaemon:/conf \ -v /Users/adrian/appdaemon:/certs \ acockburn/appdaemon:latest Once its done, you can check and make sure its running in portainer, once you are ready, lets move on and configure appdaemon.yaml cd appdaemon vi appdaemon.yaml log: logfile: /conf/appdaemon.log errorfile: /conf/aderror.log appdaemon: threads: 10 app_dir: /conf/apps plugins: HASS: type: hass ha_url: ha_key: HA_PASSWORD hadashboard: dash_url: dash_dir: /conf/dashboards save and restart appdaemon, i do this in portainer! Now lets create a test dashboard..... cd dashboards vi main.dash title: Main widget_dimensions: [170,180] widget_margins: [15,15] columns: 11 clock: widget_type: clock switch: widget_type: switch entity: switch.office_lights state_text: 1 reload: widget_type: reload layout: - clock(4x2), switch(2x2) - - - reload(1x1) Now you can access hadashboard by going to the host IP and port 5050 If you like the video, please subscribe to my channel. If you have any questions or comments, hit me up in the comments below. As always, if there are any videos out there that you would like to see, that I don't already have out there. Let me know in the comments as well and ill see what I can do!

Tablet Display for Home Assistant | More Dashboard Features | Home Automation


🤍 One more video about our Maker Faire Display. This one is all about the HA Dashboard. We added Cameras, Radar, Weather, and Presence Detection. I use Amazon Fire tablet: 🤍 Helpful Links: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍

Home Assistant + Arduino + MQTT Relay Example


An example of using Home Assistant + MQTT and a Arduino to control relays

Living with Home Assistant


Two years ago, I started with Home assistant - with single light. Since then, I made few (I think) smart automations. In this video I will show some of them, in the next one, I will walk you through how I did it, so you can follow me and do it yourselves. If you'd like to make sure you do not miss them ... you know what to do 🔔. Garbage Collection GitHub repository: 🤍 Czech Public Transport GitHub repository: 🤍 (both available on HACS) Weather Station : 🤍 Garden Irrigation: 🤍 Blind Control: 🤍 (will be on the next video) About me: 🤍 #HomeAssistant #DIY

HA Basics - Part 3 - Developer Tools, States, Services and Events


This is part 3/4 in my Home Assistant Basics Video Series. In this video, we will talk about developer tools, states of entities and state attributes, services and events. Part 1 - 🤍 Part 2 - 🤍 Part 4 - 🤍

How to Control Lights in Home Assistant - 4 Different Ways


There are several ways to control lights and switches in Home Assistant. I'm going to breakdown what I use and give you a demo with grid cards and light cards. ★FREE Home Assistant Course★: 🤍 ★Code: 🤍 ★My Gear★ 🤍 🤍 🤍 ★★ Contents ★★ 0:00 - Intro 0:38 - Zigbee Bulbs 1:16 - WiFi Bulbs 2:13 - Switches 4:02 - Relay 5:53 - Home Assistant ★★Connect with me ★★ Web: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 DISCLAIMER: This YouTube video description contain affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission. This allows us to continue to make videos like this. #smarthomemakers #homeassistant #smartthome

How To Install MQTT on Home Assistant - Step By Step Guide 2022


Step By Step guide to installing MQTT on Home Assistant MQTT, stands for Message Queuing Telemetry Transport is a light way of exchanging messages between devices, like Smart plugs & other Internet of Things devices like Tasmoto Smart devices. To use this you will need to install an MQTT Broker to handle routing of messages &, install an MQTT Intergration. - Im new to Home Assistant & learning week by week, as I add more features I am producing Step By Step Guides to help other new Home Assistant users setup quicker & easier.

DIY Windows Shades Automation in Home Assistant - part 2


This is how I made my shades "smart" and automated them in Home Assistant, so they automatically adjust the tilt based on the time, weather, sun angle, and the temperature. This video shows and explains the way I automate my blinds. I have 2 scenarios: one used in bedrooms, the second upstairs in the corridor. And for each, I use a combination of 4 events: - triggered by Sun (sunset) - triggered by time (using integration with Google Calendar) - smart logic combining information from heating, temperature, weather and sun (in AppDaemon) - and manual control from the Web or by voice It follows the previous one, where I made the shaded smart using Sonoff 4ch. Source code: 🤍 About me: 🤍 #HomeAssistant #DIY

My TOP 5 HACS components - integrations and front-end improvements


Let me show you TOP 5 HACS components - that I like the most. It was very hard to create such a short list - would prefer more TOP 100 HACS components video, but... 00:00 - Intro 00:24 - Home Assistant Community store 01:43 - Authenticated 04:52 - Watchman 06:09 - Thank you for the support 06:44 - Continuing with watchman 10:31 - Notify card 13:19 - Auto entities 15:00 - Simple Thermostat 16:21 - Final thoughts Don't forget to give me a thumb up if you liked this video, subscribe if you still haven't and I'll see you next time! Have fun! BeardedTinker 🧡 If you would like to support me and this channel, you can JOIN and become channel member on YouTube! 🙏 🤍 📣Follow me on other platforms📣 ✅Twitter: 🤍BeardedTinker ✅Discord: 🤍 (*) if any, should indicate links that are affiliated links. They don't cost you anything extra but provide small income to get this channel going, and finance future projects I make. #HomeAssistant #hacs

Turning an iPad into a Home Controller


How To - Turn an iPad or other Tablet into a Home Controller * Support the Channel* Buy Me a Coffee: 🤍 * Affiliate Links * * These links help the channel by providing a commission on purchases Join NordVPN Today: 🤍 * As seen in previous episodes * Buy SK6812 LED Strips (the ones behind me) - From AliExpress: 🤍 Nanoleaf Products at PTC Shop: 🤍 3M Command Strips: 🤍 Buy Node MCU's - From AliExpress: 🤍 RM Mini 3 - InfraRed Blaster: 🤍 * Links * Hive Mind Automation on YouTube: 🤍 * Find Hive Mind Automation on Social Media * Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 * TIMESTAMPS * 00:00 Intro 01:20 Preface - Why? 02:44 Setting up a Custom Lovelace Dashboard 09:53 Setting the New Dashboard as Default on our Tablet 10:46 Locking an iPad into the one App 14:04 Tips * Helpful Links * Home Assistant: 🤍 Raspberry Pi: 🤍 Balena Etcher: 🤍 Home Assistant for iOS: 🤍 Home Assistant for Android: 🤍 * CREDITS * Music: 🤍

Home automation dashboard tutorial using Home Assistant, InfluxdB and Grafana


This is a basic home automation tutorial for how to setup a home automation dashboard. I love dashboards...ever since seeing the LCARS and Okudagrams in Star Trek, I've wanted to have visual representations of ...anything. But what I didn't expect is that people have been building some amazingly beautiful..but also useful...home dashboards for everything from power usage to climate monitoring to computer health and more. In this video I'll show a tutorial of how to get the basics up. I cut it down aggressively with the intent of making every minute of it as informative and useful as possible (though it does have a bit of an abrupt ending). This video builds on the ecobee tutorial to get 5 temperature sensors added, however you can use any temperature sensor or data source that you want for this.

Pull Data From The Web & Display In Home Assistant - Working with APIs - Display YouTube Sub Count


Update - it looks like they removed the Social Blade integration, so this looks like the only way to get YouTube Data into Home Assistant now Hey everyone!! As I said in the video this is part 1 of a series on communicating with APIs and displaying data in Home Assistant. Now in this video, I show you how to explore an API and set up the calls to retrieve data and place it in a sensor in Home Assistant. In this example, I am pulling from the YouTube API and displaying the subscriber and view count from a YouTube channel. Let me know if there is an API you need help with. Part 2 should be coming next week. ❓What future topics would you like me to cover??❓ ▶ Buy Me A Beer 🍻: [🤍 ▶ Timestamps 00:00 - Opening 00:17 - Introduction 02:45 - Part 1 - Requirements 03:09 - Part 2 - Get API Key 03:24 - Part 2.1 - Sign into Console 03:39 - Part 2.2 - Create Project 04:04 - Part 2.3 - Add YouTube API 04:33 - Part 2.4 - Grab API Key 05:14 - Part 2.5 - Note on Quotas 05:54 - Part 3: API Data 06:08 - Part 3.1 - Creating Sensors.yaml 06:56 - Part 3.2 - Exploring YouTube API 07:53 - Part 3.3 - Build API Call 09:17 - Part 3.4 - Find Chanel ID 10:15 - Part 3.5 - Testing API on your machine 11:31 - Part 4 - Create HA Sensor 12:05 - Part 4.1 - Building Rest Sensor 12:50 - Part 4.2 - Note on Refreshing Data 13:31 - Part 4.3 - Working with JSON 14:01 - Part 4.4 - Building Value Template 17:31 - Part 4.5 - Building Multiple Sensors 18:07 - Part 5 - Verify Sensors 19:31 - Outro ▶ Links in Video: (I use [](🤍 for my URL shortening) Fun APIs - 🤍 Blog Post for Video - 🤍 G dev console - 🤍 YouTube API Console - 🤍 Home Assistant Rest Sensor Docs - 🤍 ▶ Product Links: (When available, we use affiliate links and may earn a commission!) My Main Home Automation Gear ( 🤍 My Z-Wave Home Automation Gear ( 🤍 ▶ Get a One-Month Trial of Great Music for Creators (I use this on my photography channel): [🤍 ▶ Website: 🤍

Python Intermediate Tutorial #5 - Events and Daemon Threads


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HIDDEN Home Assistant GEM


Use my link 🤍 and check out the first chapter of any DataCamp course for FREE to unlock new career opportunities and become data fluent today! Python functions in home assistant can be used to create services that can be called in my video I show you how can fade lights with python. ★★ Contents ★★ 00:00 - Why this matters 02:34 - Python Logic 08:33 - Home Assistant Python ★★Connect with me ★★ ☕Coffee☕ 🤍 🌐Web🌐 🤍 📘Facebook📘 🤍 🐦Twitter🐦 🤍 #smarthomemakers #homeassistant #smartthome FTC DISCLAIMER: This YouTube video was sponsored by Datacamp

Home Assistant Scripts


Just a quick one. In the Home Assistant Automation masterclass comments, you asked me about scripts. I was using the script actions, but I did not explain the scripts as such. So here it comes, including an example script I use for sending notifications to multiple channels - I use this script in all my automations. Enjoy! 00:00 - intro 01:14 - scripts 02:09 - Calling script from GUI 03:52 - YAML 04:34 - Analysing the example 06:10 - Timers 08:24 - outro

The Hackers Apprentice | SANS@MIC Talk


Mark Baggett turned his house into an escape room! In this talk he'll show you how he used IoT devices and open source software to turn his house into an escape room. Topics will include Home Assistant, the HA AppDaemon, Alexa, Python coding and puzzles. Speaker Bio Mark Baggett is the owner of Indepth Defense, an independent consulting firm that offers incident response and penetration testing services. Mark has more than 28 years of commercial and government experience ranging from Software Developer to Chief Information Security Officer. Mark is a Senior Instructor for The SANS Institute and the author of SANS Automating Information Security with Python course (SEC573). Mark has a Master's Degree in Information Security Engineering and many impressive certifications including being GSE #15. Mark is very active in the information security community. Mark is the founding president of The Greater Augusta ISSA (Information Systems Security Association) chapter and the cofounder of the BSidesAugusta information security conference. Since January 2011, Mark has served as the Technical Advisor to the DoD for SANS where he assists various government organizations in the development of information security capabilities.

How to install and configure HADashboard with Home Assistant


This video is a tutorial on how to install and configure HADashboard for Home Assistant. Here is a couple of links where most of my information came from..... 🤍 🤍 As always, i like to start off my tutorial with making sure my system is up to date.... sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade Now we are ready to install appdaemon... sudo pip3 install appdaemon You need to create a configuration file to use with appdaemon and add it to a new folder in your homeassistant directory so..... sudo mkdir conf ~/.homeassistant/ cd ~/.homeassistant/conf sudo vi appdaemon.yaml HASS: ha_url: (IP OR DNS OF HOME ASSISTANT) ha_key: PASSWORD (API KEY FOR HOME ASSISTANT) AppDaemon: logfile: STDOUT errorfile: STDERR threads: 10 HADashboard: dash_url: (THIS WILL BE THE URL USED TO ACCESS HADASHBOARD) Need to create a few extra things to complete installation.... sudo touch apps.yaml (make sure this is in the conf/ directory) sudo mkdir compiled cd compiled sudo mkdir css sudo mkdir javascript Now we are ready to start appdaemon and see if it works..... appdaemon -c /home/hass/.homeassistant/conf Once you know its working, lets move on to the next part which is setting it up as a service..... sudo vi /etc/systemd/system/appdaemon.service [Unit] Description=AppDaemon service for Home Assistant [Service] ExecStart=/usr/local/bin/appdaemon -c /home/hass/.homeassistant/conf [Install] Then you need to start it..... sudo systemctl daemon-reload sudo systemctl enable appdaemon.service sudo systemctl start appdaemon.service sudo systemctl status appdaemon.service Once you have it running, lets create a dashboard.....Go back to the conf directory from earlier...... sudo mkdir dashboards cd dashboards sudo vi main.dash title: Main widget_dimensions: [170, 180] widget_margins: [15, 15] columns: 11 clock: widget_type: clock weather: widget_type: weather units: "°F" reload: widget_type: reload layout: - clock(4x2), weather(3x3) - - - - reload(1x1) Save that file and you are done! You should now be able to access your dashboard in a browser. If you like the video, please subscribe to my channel. If you have any questions, hit me up in the comments below. Please let me know if there are any tutorials you would like to see.

Node-Red Setup in Home Assistant - Getting Started


Hey everyone! In this video we will be covering how to install and setup Node-Red in Home Assistant, as well as, setting up a couple of basic routines like turning on and off smart lights. Home Assistant automation using Node Red is a powerful way to get more out of your Home Assistant experience Check out our Automated Blinds video here: 🤍 Follow - Subscribe - Like: Visit our Twitter: 🤍 Visit our Facebook: 🤍 Help support the channel! Every little bit helps. Thank you! 🤍

Home Assistant How To - Track high and low tides with World Tides


In this Home Assistant How-to episode , we will integrate and configure World Tides sensor. 🤍 00:00 Intro World Tides sensor can give you info on high/low tides if you live in coastal area. This sensor requires you to have paid membership or pre-pay for x amount of credits. Upon registering you will be given 100 credits. I used them in around 7 days. 00:43 - Create your account at following address. 🤍 After you create account, verify it login into your account and copy API key If you want to read about city of Komiža and prepare for your next holiday, you can read here: 🤍 03:24 - Next and final step of configuration is to configure integration in Home Assistant sensor.yaml file. # World Tides - platform: worldtidesinfo api_key: !secret worldtide_key latitude: 43.044 # not needed if you are close to coast longitude: 16.089 # not needed if you are close to coast Don't forget to add into your secrets.yaml file worldtides_key: YOUR_KEY Check your configuration and restart Home Assistant. And this is it for yet another Home Assistant integration. You can now of course add some automations and use this sensor to get notified depending on height of next tide. Please leave a comment if you would like to see more component configuration videos. Of course, subscribe if you still haven't and I'll see you next time! Have fun! BeardedTinker Twitter: 🤍BeardedTinker Discord: 🤍 #HomeAssistant #tides

Home Assistant How To - What's flying over your head - OpenSky tracker


Today we will configure OpenSky integration. 🤍 We will create integration and also simple automation to get notified when there is air-plane above our region. 00:37 - In sensors.yaml we need to add following lines to activate component: # OpenSky - platform: opensky radius: 10 For additional OpenSky parameters, check 🤍 03:15 - After you save changes, check your configuration and restart Home Assistant for sensor to become visible. 03:41 - You can now put this entity on your dashboard. 04:07 - For automations, we will add following code in our automations.yaml file: - id: '01211221231' alias: Aircraft in protected airspace trigger: platform: event event_type: opensky_entry action: service: notify.beardedbot data_template: message: 'Aircraft in protected airspace: {{ }} ' This should be it - save changes to automations.yaml file, check your automations and have fun . Please leave a comment if you would like to see more component configuration videos. Of course, subscribe if you still haven't and I'll see you next time! Have fun! BeardedTinker Twitter: 🤍BeardedTinker Discord: 🤍 #HomeAssistant #OpenSky

Home Assistant for newcomers - In 5 minutes!


2021, New to home automation? Is Home Assistant for you? Let me introduce you home assistant! Do you have many Home Automation Ideas and wanna start testing them? So, this video is for you! We're VentureLab, Germany: 🤍 Home Assistant Installation: 🤍 H.A. Integrations: 🤍 Home Assistant channel to get ideas for projects: digiblurDIY smart homes for beginners. #DIYSmartHome #DIYHomeAutomation

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