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Old 05-18-2016, 11:40 AM   #1
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LXer: Getting started with Node-RED


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Node-RED is a browser-based flow editor that lets users wire together hardware devices, APIs, and online services in new and interesting ways.Node-RED's nodes are like npm packages, and you can get them the same way. And because Node-RED has a built-in text editor, you can make applications as complex as you like by adding JavaScript functions.Because Node-RED is based on Node.js and takes advantage of the event-driven, non-blocking model, it can be run on low-cost hardware like the Raspberry Pi or in the cloud.read more

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