Note that the Play Store version is not maintained.
Install it, and run it. Then at the prompt type
apt install coreutils nano nodejs
npm i -g --unsafe-perm node-red
Then you can point a browser to
Note that installing openssh may make interacting with termux a little easier. see this thread for a description of one such install.
You can also npm install other node-red nodes such as
node-red-dashboard in the standard way :
npm i node-red-dashboard
or via the Pallete Manager.
volume-down key is the ctrl key - so
vol-down-c can be used to “break” a running app.
nano editor, which is useful for editing files.
The recommended way of starting applications running in Termux is using the Termux:Boot application (available from F-droid - note that the Play Store version may not be maintained, and it’s recommended to use the same source that you installed termux from).
We have found this other app useful for autostarting Termux on boot - Autostart - No Root (Note: with termux:boot, use of other autoboot apps does not seem to be required).
Note that the shebang in the node-red script is incompatible with termux:boot scripts. The workaround is to start node-red using a termux:boot startup script like:
You can get direct access to various hardware on the device by using the extra
Termux device plugins - which can then be accessed via
Node-RED using the
Note: you need to install both the add-on app, and also the add-on api in Termux.
Install add-on app - Termux:API from the same source you got termux.
Install add-on access into Termux
apt install termux-api