Install it, and run it. Then at the prompt type
apt update apt upgrade apt install coreutils nano nodejs npm i -g --unsafe-perm node-red node-red
Then you can point a browser to
You can also npm install other node-red nodes such as
node-red-dashboard in the standard way :
cd ~/.node-red npm i node-red-dashboard
volume-downkey is the ctrl key - so
vol-down-ccan be used to “break” a running app.
nanoeditor, as I find it useful for editing files.
For a discussion on autostarting apps within Termux - see this thread on the Termux Github project.
I have found this other app useful for autostarting Termux on boot - Autostart - No Root
You can also get direct access to various hardware on the device by using the extra Termux device plugins - which can then of course be accessed via
Node-RED using the exec command.
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 Play store.
Install add-on access into Termux
apt install termux-api
Link to - How to use Termux API