3D-Objects VS addon-wireguard

Compare 3D-Objects vs addon-wireguard and see what are their differences.

3D-Objects

Printable 3D objects for Smart Torvy (by Smart-Torvy)

addon-wireguard

WireGuard - Home Assistant Community Add-ons (by hassio-addons)
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3D-Objects addon-wireguard
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10.0 6.0
about 6 years ago about 1 month ago
Shell
GNU General Public License v3.0 or later MIT License
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3D-Objects

Posts with mentions or reviews of 3D-Objects. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-02-17.

addon-wireguard

Posts with mentions or reviews of addon-wireguard. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-02-17.
  • My smart home 2021: A Home Assistant love story
    5 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 17 Feb 2022
    There are three major cloud components. Alexa and Google integrations both have open options that are documented by NC and you are welcome to use them. There’s a lot of setup as you need to deal with a semi-complex config on AWS or GCP which can be challenging if you’re new to those environments, but they work as well as the paid NC option.

    The remote access proxy service doesn’t really have an open equivalent but there are tons of other supported solutions out there for secure remote access to your Home Assistant install. One example add-on, developed and supported by an NC employee: https://github.com/hassio-addons/addon-wireguard

    In short, the paid cloud services provide an easier path to solutions you can deploy for yourself if you wish. Those services cost NC money to host, so asking for money isn’t too far out there. Of course, that money is more than what the cloud parts cost, and what we all get in return is a team of skilled developers working on the project and releasing everything for free.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing 3D-Objects and addon-wireguard you can also consider the following projects:

addon-nginx-proxy-manager - Nginx Proxy Manager - Home Assistant Community Add-ons

addon-adguard-home - AdGuard Home - Home Assistant Community Add-ons

addon-motioneye - motionEye - Home Assistant Community Add-ons

wireguard-docs - 📖 Unofficial WireGuard Documentation: Setup, Usage, Configuration, and full example setups for VPNs supporting both servers & roaming clients.

addon-vscode - Studio Code Server - Home Assistant Community Add-ons

iocage-homeassistant - Home Assistant Core - TrueNAS CORE Community Plugin

addon-ssh - SSH & Web Terminal - Home Assistant Community Add-ons

addon-tailscale - Tailscale - Home Assistant Community Add-ons

iOS - :iphone: Home Assistant for Apple platforms

Baby Buddy - A :baby: buddy to help caregivers track sleep, feedings, diaper changes, and tummy time to learn about and predict baby's needs without (as much) guess work.

addon-unifi - UniFi Network Application - Home Assistant Community Add-ons