Does anyone make a thermostat with (ideally wired ethernet) or wifi network connectivity where the device has a web gui interface that can be accessed and programmed with a browser (ie not dependent on cell-phone app) and will interface with various home automation platforms using mqtt?
I could build a thermostat from an ESP8266 module flashed with tasmota plus some connected relay's and controlled with, say, home assistant running on a raspberry pi, but what I wouldn't have is a decent wall-mounted human interface / display showing me current settings, etc. Anything that requires an app running on a cell phone is a total no-go.
Does anyone make such a thermostat?
Edit: Based on a few comments posted here, let me clarify / expand. First, I want a professionally finished device with a nice user interface when I want to manually adjust / interact with the thermostat. This device would have the necessary temperature sensor and relays to actually function as a thermostat, with a display and buttons or touch screen. If such a device can be "home made" or fabricated, I'd like to see an example. Second, I want the thermostat to be network accessible, preferably hard-wired cat-5 but otherwise obviously through wifi, and be able to interact directly with the device through it's own web GUIl using an ordinary PC+browser. Anything that requires the use of a cell phone app is not desirable since I don't own a cell phone (and phone-based apps that interact with devices typically go through cloud-based external servers and this is something that I absolutely do not want to do).
Anything that requires an app running on a cell phone is a total no-go... you are not thinking clearly ... everything on a cell phone is an app ... look at the demo at opensprinkler.com to see an example of what can be done using a web server