Community News April 2023

Your monthly update for the FlowFuse and Node-RED communities

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Welcome to the FlowFuse newsletter for April 2023, a monthly roundup of what’s been happening with both FlowFuse and the wider Node-RED community.

Upcoming events

Node-RED Ask Me Anything

Back by popular demand, FlowFuse is hosting a monthly Node-RED Ask Me Anything session on April 13th. This is a great opportunity to ask Nick O’Leary, co-creator of Node-RED & FlowFuse CTO, and Rob Marcer, Node-RED FlowFuse Developer Educator your questions about Node-RED. Sign-up today to participate.

Connect, Integrate, Visual Industrial Production Metrics with Node-RED

Join Steve McLaughlin from FlowFuse as he showcases how easy it is to use Node-RED to visualize popular production metrics using Node-RED. Register today.

From our Blog

Comparing Node-RED Dashboards Solutions - A popular article comparing Node-RED Dashboard, uibuilder and FlexDash.

IBM Cloud removes Node-RED starter application - IBM has discontinued their Node-RED Starter Application, discover how to migrate to FlowFuse.

The benefits and drawbacks of using Node-RED function nodes - Node-RED function nodes provide a great deal of flexibility in Node-RED. Discover the benefits and drawbacks of using them.

FlowFuse 15. Now Available - FlowFuse 1.5 included updates to the UI and architecture to allow for future features.

Node-RED Quick Tips - Rob Marcer, FlowFuse Developer Educator has a weekly series of Node-RED hints and tips

From the Community

Quantum for Node-RED

Discover how you can incorporate quantum technologies into your Node-RED flows.

Image recognition within Node-RED

Kazuhito Yokoi, a researcher at Hitachi, has published an interesting article detailing how to incorporate TensorFlow into a Node-RED application to do image recognition.

Custom Node Spotlight - node-red-contrib-web-worldmap

If you would like to include a map in your next project Worldmap is a really good place to start. You can pass coordinates in to set the map to a location or you can use the built in search tool to find a location. As a user manipulates the map a stream of updated coordinates can be passed back to your flows to trigger additional actions. It's a really useful tool, take a look here.

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