🎉 Node-RED 1.0 Released

In our last update, I said we aimed to release Node-RED 1.0 in September.

Today is the last day of September.

Here is Node-RED 1.0: https://nodered.org/blog/2019/09/30/version-1-0-released



Precision landing on the release date. :grinning:

A big thank you to all contributors for all your hard work. :beers:



BRAVO, Hipp, Hipp Hurrrray

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And nice to see no outstanding warnings or vulnerabilities :slight_smile:


Finally version 1.0.0! looks great.

I just found this by lookingthe nodes of this link https://flows-new.nodered.org/collection/590bc13ff3a5f005c7d2189bbb563976
I don't think it has to do with the new version, but it looks weird


Nick, the links in the blog post for the flows library still use the beta address, should that be changed at a later stage now that it went live on the regular library as well? I only noticed as the person responding above me had the link in it.

I wondered how that url had leaked out.... mea culpa. Thanks for alerting me :wink:

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Thanks to everybody involved especially Nick! Great job !


And don’t forget about Dave either, especially on lucky Monday :wink:

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Silly question... how do I upgrade to Node-RED 1.0 ???

If I do... sudo npm install -g --unsafe-perm node-red@next I get v1.0.0-beta 4

sudo npm install -g --unsafe-perm node-red

without the @next will get you 1.0.0.

But I'll update the next tag in a bit to point at 1.0.0

Thanks Nick

Actually, I just did npm update (npm update -g for a normal install). Seemed to work just fine

Or if you’re on a compatible device/installation, run the pi install script again.

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Subflow bug:

  • hamburger menu > subflows > create subflow
  • 1 input, 1 output, connect the 2.
  • edit properties, appearance tab
  • change the color
  • new subflow node appears with new color, deploy
  • add new flow
  • drag the subflow node into the flow

Result: it changes color back to the original color (#DDAA99)
It only does this once strangely enough.

@bakman2 if you are sure you have a reproducible set of steps, please raise an issue.

Thanks, done.

Just upgraded one of my Pis using the bash script. It didn't ask whether it should install the extra pi nodes (I don't know whether it should) but on restart I get

1 Oct 09:54:18 - [info] Waiting for missing types to be registered:
1 Oct 09:54:18 - [info]  - rpi-gpio out (provided by npm module node-red-node-pi-gpio)

There did not seem to be any errors in the install log.
I installed the node via the palette and now all is well.

Update done
Ubuntu 18.04 / 64bit on Raspberry PI 4

npm install -g --unsafe-perm node-red
pm2 restart node-red

Now it's up to me learn and do more from my newbie point, my last mqtt test works.

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Congratulations on the release of NR 1.0 !
I noticed that the show/hide switch to show/hide nodes labels has been replaced with a checkbox .. Unfortunately, although when checked it shows "show", when it's unchecked it shows "hide" which could be understood as don't hide, so "show" the text of the checkbox should not reflect the state IMHO.