Wearing my Node-RED and FlowForge hats at the same time, I'm looking to do some user research in the community.
I'd like to learn more about how you use Node-RED, what you think we could be doing better as a project and community, and also what you see as being the important things for us to focus on.
It's also a chance to just meet with more of you and put faces to names.
I will be reaching out to some of the community more directly, but I wanted to post this more widely and invite anyone who would be willing to get on a call for 30 - 60 minutes to chat about Node-RED.
If you are interested, then please do DM me here (no need to reply publicly), or message me on slack.
My endeavors aren’t quite ready for prime-time; but I am putting Node-RED through its paces and bending it in some pretty unique ways. Would be glade to share and it’s all FOSS; just haven’t gone public yet. Happy to show you an exclusive anytime.
I met nod-red 25 days ago and fell in love with it from the start.
I met him because I'm developing something with IOT and MQTT and I saw some of his content on the internet (I went to find out and I really liked it).
Even so, I'm developing an application for a client and I hope to be successful, I'm already in the final stretch of building the application.
The points I liked most about node-red are:
- The fact that it's free of course, that's really good.
- The different palettes that exist with ready-made nodes that solve real problems
- The main thing is clear: The fact that you program very little and can visually see those flows. This is too beautiful... The brain works perfectly that way.
- The forum is very active and has good support in the community, I feel very safe with that.
I confess that I'm still a little afraid of putting this application to run "100%" and it crashes and/or unexpected problems happen. But it's worth the risk. Because the development is very fast.
I am fully available for a call and/or interview even more from the Creator of NODE-RED