Community News September 2023
Your monthly update for the FlowFuse and Node-RED communities
Welcome to the FlowFuse newsletter for September 2023, a monthly roundup of what’s been happening with FlowFuse and the wider Node-RED community.
# New Name
The big news this month is that FlowForge is now FlowFuse. Yes, we have changed our name but we are still focus on delivering great products for the Node-RED community.
# New Releases
- Node-RED 3.1 has been released. Among the changes are Mermaid chart support, locking flows, and much more.
- Last week, FlowFuse 1.11 was released. This release included personal access tokens for FlowFuse API and new tiers for FlowFuse Cloud, including a new starter tier. Check out the details in our announcement.
# Upcoming events
# Celebrate 10 Years of Node-RED and What’s New in 3.1 and Beyond
Hard to believe that Node-RED was launched 10 years ago. We want to celebrate this great accomplishment and also show off the new Node-RED 3.1 release. Join Nick O'Leary for the 10 year celebration and here what is coming next.
Sign-up today to join us on September 21.
# From our Blog
The Node-RED Dashboard 2.0 project is making excellent progress. Two updates were published in the last month. Make sure you check out the latest release and provide feedback.
FlowFuse announces a Node-RED stack for Industry 4.0 applications on Bosch Rexroth ctrlX Automation - a fully supported Node-RED stack for Bosch customers.
FlowFuse is now available on the AWS Marketplace - making it easier to run FlowFuse on the AWS cloud.
Our Open Source offering is a tier, not our competition - some insight from our CEO into our open source strategy.
Why the Automation Pyramid blocks digital transformation - The Role of Unified Namespace - some insight from the FlowFuse product manager into the role of a Unified Namespace.
# From the Community
- A new plugin for the generation of Matter devices witin Node-RED has been published.
# Join Our Team
FlowFuse is expanding our team. Check out the current openings: