Since this week it’s possible to find my Home Assistant configuration on Github, you can see on this repository what I use and how the code looks like. Feel you free to take parts over for your own configuration, but beware not everything can always be copied unquestionably and sometimes you will have to adjust something to let it work in your own configuration.
Github today and tomorrow
As you can see on Github, I have done quite a lot of work for a good start on which I can continue to work on. To describe everything I have done so far, is a bit to much and I can write really for hours about it. It’s of course also still work in progress.
So I would say… Take a look on Github and give the repository a ⭐ star. If you have any questions? Please ask me! There will be soon a new blog about a project I’m building in Home Assistant, which can help me enormously in my daily morning routine. I will wait for sharing on Github, until I have tested it extensively.
What I already notice is that the Raspberry Pi 3B+ is actually not enough sometimes in terms of RAM (I think) and processor, maybe I should already look for a hardware upgrade in the future. Especially with creating new stack commits in VS Code goes very slow, compared to how fast it goes with my other Home Assistant config that runs on an Intel NUC (i5 – 8gb RAM).