Community News April 2022
News from the FlowForge and Node-RED communities
Welcome to the FlowForge newsletter, a regular roundup of what`s happening with both FlowForge and the wider Node-RED community.
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The next release has enabled us to offer multiple versions of Node-RED along with adding more features to help you configure your Node-RED projects.
The first beta for Node-RED 3.0.0 has been published, there's some exciting improvements on UI in the editor to make designing your flows even easier.
Node-RED Beta on FlowForge
As promised in out 0.4 announcement, we've made the beta available to our users on FlowForge as a separate stack, this is just one way that we're able to demonstrate the flexibility you get from running Node-RED on FlowForge.
Cisco & Node-RED
The team at Cisco DevNet published some great guides on using Node-RED to manage both your Meraki Access points and to integrate with WebEx Teams, they've also produced a handy starter guide for those that are new to Node-RED
Node-RED Con 2022
Our friends in the Node-RED Japan User Group have run a number of successful Node-RED conferences over the last few years. This year, we're joining forces with them to bring the event to a wider audience. The Call for Papers is open now and we'd love to see your submissions.
- Use any npm module in Node-RED
- Bringing High Availability to Node-RED
- Node-RED Tips - Dashboard Edition
- Node-RED Community Survey Results
- Persisting chart data in Node-RED Dashboards