Hi Guys,

I'm sure this subject has come up multiple times but personally I can't find an answer which is simple for someone with very little CSS knowledge.
I'm looking at dashboards and what system to use to achieve them and have the ability to customise them fairly easily.

I've tried all the standard ones ActionTiles, SharpTools, Hubitat Own but none of them seem to have ease of customisation. Don't get me wrong the basics are simple across them all but making something look nice with them is a different storey.

I then got looking into dashboard templates and if they exisit as I think i'd be capable of modifying one to meet my needs but the only real thing I found which seems to accomidate this is HA.

What are people thoughts here?
Obviosuly the best answer is to learn CSS but to be honest, I don't have the time. I can pick up enough to change things on a basic level but thats about it so i'm after the best place to start to try and achive something.


@jackgregory92 www.hubivue.com


That link doesn't lead anywhere?

Oops, corrected...

thanks :slight_smile: ill take a look!

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Animated icons too!

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This needs the cloud to work?

Why not use HA dashboard? Some people here use HE for everything and HA for dashboard.

its an option. I dont have a spare RPI at the moment so haven't be able to try it. Sort of wondering what other options there are as well

I highly recommend Hubivue that @rlithgow1 linked to above. It is fairly new and has already had a lot of development and improvement. The developer @gslender is active both in this community and the Hubivue community and is really good about listening to feed back to see if new features can be implemented or explain why something might not be possible. It definitely is worth a look.

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If you have a rPi or Linux server you can try my HousePanel. Installation effort required but once installed no CSS knowledge required to make incredibly customizable panels.

There is a whole thread somewhere here comparing the many options including my HousePanel, Josh’s Sharptools, and more.

Not always - hubiVue will operate fine if the internet is unavailable and will continue to do so until it returns, so it isn’t 100% cloud dependent like many other options

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I look a look at hubiVue and it looks really good. Appears much more polished than what I put together. The small annual fee is probably worth it since I’m sure you’ll want more than 50 tiles. I am curious how it gets info in and out of the Hubitat hub (never mind… I see it uses the maker api). Still very nice work.

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100% local

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