Custom HomeAssistant Auth Provider

Background HomeAssistant has a builtin authentication system bundled with a couple of providers which allow you to control how users are authenticated. Although I have been impressed with how thorough and robust the implementation is, it’s not terribly easy to integrate with an external authentication provider. There is the command-line provider, but there you’re still […]

Using a Milight remote with HomeAssistant

Milight sells 2.4 GHz remotes* for quite cheap (~$12) which can be used to control Milight bulbs*. They also make in-wall panels* that do the same thing. These work quite well, but if you’re using something like HASS, you’ll end up with stale state. For example, if you turn lights on with the remote, that […]