Home Assistant has a thing called “integrations”. Integrations allow Home Assistant to communicate with devices and services, and thus, integrating them into Home Assistant. As an example, the “Hue” integration, allows you to connect to the Philips Hue bridge to control and monitor the devices connected to that bridge.
On this page, I listed all Home Assistant integrations that I use, what I use it for, and some additional useful links and notes about that integration. I will do my best to keep this list up to date and to make sure I add a link to my public GitHub configuration, in case the integration is configured via the YAML configuration files.
ℹPlease note, there is a big difference between Home Assistant integrations and Hass.io add-ons. Add-ons are additional applications that can be installed if your Home Assistant runs on the Hass.io ecosystem. An integration could, however, integrate with that application running inside the add-on. For example, the AdGuard Home add-on runs AdGuard Home, while the AdGuard Home integration in Home Assistant allows you to integrate Home Assistant with that add-on.