To control fluorescent lights, you should look for a device called an "appliance switch". This will control any load by switching the power on or off; it does not "dim" the load. With it, your fluorescent lights will work just like your ordinary switch does today.
Be aware that home automation systems generally do not consider appliance switches to be in the same category as "light" switches. This is only an issue if you say "Hey Google, turn all the lights on" and expect this switch to be included. But you can name it "bedroom light", and say "Hey Google, turn the bedroom light on", and it will work.
(Also note that some very old fluorescent light fixtures have a manual starter. You must press and hold a button until the lights come on. If that's what you have, no commercial home automation electronics are designed to control them.)