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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Version 0.10 was released on 30th September. Our latest release includes some great new features, quality of life improvements and bug fixes. Notable additions included the ability to Secure your HTTP endpoints, Add read-only users to your projects and use our static IP address for outbound connections.
If you’d like to learn more about what else was included in 0.10 you can do so on our blog post, on our GitHub release page and on our Youtube channel. We’d also love for more of you to get involved in the development of FlowForge, contributions to the code and bug reports are really appreciated.
Node-RED Con 2022
We are happy to again be involved in Node-RED con. The event is being held online on 7th October, with content for both English and Japanese speakers including our colleagues Nick O'Leary and Sam Machin. You can find out more on the Node-RED Con website.
Forest Fire Alerts Using ML, IOT and Node-RED
This fascinating project came up a few days ago and we wanted to share it with you all. The concept is to use a mesh network of IoT devices to monitor various indicators of potential and current wildfires and report data back to the relevant authorities. The system will use ML to predict wildfire risk levels and hopefully send warnings before a fire actually starts. The two developers Muhammed and Salman are planning to use Node-RED to manage the reporting of fires to the authorities.
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