Does node red have a graphic UI like a building automation system (BAS) equipment scheduling graphic? These are all very typical to the BAS industry where every manufacture has something very similar, a weekly calendar view where different HVAC equipment can be tied to a certain "run" schedule.
Sorry new to node red former BAS setup field technician and I used to be able schedule HVAC equipment on a Tridium Niagara BAS through scheduling graphic I could create with the software tool for Tridium BAS.
@BartButenaers that looks interesting but almost to me more like a method to create a chart based on data, something happening where the person can lookup when some historical event happened. I am looking more into being able to schedule an event, future event for equipment to run.
What do people use in home automation? Isnt node red used alot in home automation to schedule when lights turn on and off?
I did something like what you might want for myself... or for my family to control our roller shutters. It is built on the fantastic cron-plus node. I have a group on my dashboard for each shutter. There are some control on it for moving up/down or to special positions. See the screen shot:
Here you can add/edit/delete schedules and mark them active or inactive. Schedules can be based on times or solar events. Depending on the device that this page is called from a scheduler payload can either be set with a slider (for roller shutters or dimmers) or a switch (for lights, ...). On leaving this page it jumps back to the device it came from and shows the scheduled times as a list (to be removed as the graph now seems to work) and as a graph (see first image).
If someone is interested I might compose an example flow. But don't expect it to happen today or tomorrow, it might take some time. That's because this project started small and grew a lot...