FlowForge 1.1.2 released
Release includes a fix for installing additional nodes into Node-RED.
We've published a maintenance fix with an important fix for the Palette Manager in Node-RED.
A bug was reported this week where a user was unable to install additional nodes into their Node-RED project using the editor's palette manager.
We tracked it down to an issue that was introduced in the 1.1 release, where the project template lets you list nodes that should be blocked from being installed. It was interpreting an empty list to mean disallow everything! Not quite the intended behaviour.
Whilst tracking this down, we also spotted a bug (#1379) around editing this same setting that made it tricky to work around without this release being published.
These issues have now been fixed and FlowForge 1.1.2 published.
# Bug Fixes
In additional to the above issues, this release includes some further fixes around the docker and helm components:
We'd like to thank the following people for their contributions to this release:
As an open-source project, we welcome community involvement in what we're building. If you're interested in contributing, checkout our guide in the docs.
# Upgrading FlowForge
This release has already been rolled out to FlowForge Cloud.
If you installed a previous version of FlowForge and want to upgrade, our documentation provides a guide for upgrading your FlowForge instance
# Getting help
Please check FlowForge's documentation as the answers to many questions are covered there.
If you hit any problems with the platform, please raise an issue on GitHub. That also includes if you have any feedback or feature requests.
Chat with us on the
#flowforge channel on the Node-RED Slack workspace.
You can also raise a support ticket by emailing email@example.com