Introducing the Node Scorecard

Last year we asked the community what frustrations they were experiencing as both users and creators of 3rd party nodes. One of the common themes was that it was hard to judge the quality of a node just from looking at its page on the Flow Library.

Version 2.2 released

Node-RED 2.2 is now available to install. If upgrading, please read the upgrade instructions.

Version 2.1 released

Node-RED 2.1 is now available to install. If upgrading, please read the upgrade instructions.

Version 2.0 released

Node-RED 2.0 is now available to install. If upgrading, please read the upgrade instructions.

Version 1.3 released

Node-RED 1.3 is now available to install. If upgrading, please read the upgrade instructions.

Version 1.2 released

Node-RED 1.2 is now available to install.

What's next with Node-RED?

Last week I presented at Node-RED Con Tokyo to talk about the future of the project. I spoke about the high-level goals for project and what they translate to in terms of technical features in the roadmap.

Going beyond Node-RED 1.x

With the 1.1.0 release done, our attention turns to the next release. But before we push ahead with the next item on the backlog, it’s a good moment to think about the bigger picture

Version 1.1 released

Node-RED 1.1 is now available to install.