Hosted use (HA 0.53+)
Instead of installing CustomUI files on you Home Assistant machine you can have your browser fetch them directly from GitHub servers. In this case you don't need to download any files.
- Easier to set up.
- You can choose to either use the 'latest' release or a specific release.
- You automatically get bug-fixes if you use 'latest'.
- Requires Internet connection.
- The hoster of the files (GitHub) can track how often you open Home Assistant.
- You automatically get breaking changes if you use 'latest'.
- Download update.sh to your homeassistant config dir. (For example
/home/homeassistant/.homeassistant/) You can do so by running
curl -o update.sh "https://raw.githubusercontent.com/andrey-git/home-assistant-custom-ui/master/update.sh?raw=true"
from that dir.
update.shexecutable by running
$ chmod u+x update.sh
- Run it:
The script updates itself and downloads CustomUI main code into
www/custom_ui and Customizer component into
custom_components. The script will prompt you about creating any of those dirs if they don't exist.
again. It will update everything telling you which files changed.
Place all files from https://github.com/andrey-git/home-assistant-customizer/tree/master/customizer into