Posts Tagged ‘Node-RED’

Big Timer

Friday, August 31st, 2018

Peter Scargill  has a nice write-up about a powerful timing node for Node-Red, the Big timer: Big Timer is (probably) the best-ever timing node for Node-Red, providing a general purpose timer as well as  handling summer/winter correctly as well as (importantly) lighting up time (for which you should provide longitude...

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Your laundry is done

Monday, August 1st, 2016

Xose from Tinkerman has published a new project: I often forget my wet clothing in the washer and after a day they really smell... so I thought about monitoring my washer and get a notification in my phone when the laundry is done. An ESP8266 based Sonoff by ITead, current monitoring...

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Node-RED hacking – audio library front-end

Wednesday, August 20th, 2014

Paul over at Dorkbotpdx writes: When I started the Audio library, a nice GUI (like Puredata or Max/MSP) seemed an impossibly distant dream. Then, in this forum thread, I learned of the open source Node-RED project. Over the last few days I've been coming up to speed on modern Javascript tools...

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