Creating custom node from subflow in Node-RED

  • GitHub account
    If you have no GitHub account, register an account on the following website.
    https://github.com/signup
  • Node-RED environment
    In the event that a Node-RED environment on a local PC or Cloud is available, you can start to create a subflow right away. On the other hand, if you have no Node-RED environment, the following Gitpod environment is useful.
    https://gitpod.io/#github.com/node-red/node-red

    Once logging into Gitpod with your GitHub account, the building process of the Node-RED will be started automatically. After about one minute, the notification dialog will emerge on the bottom right of the Gitpod UI as follows.
  • Module: node-red-contrib-cowsay<your birthday>
  • Node Type: cowsay
  • Version: 0.0.1
  • Description: A node to generate ascii art using cowsay module
  • License: Apache-2.0
  • Author: Kazuhito Yokoi <kazuhitoyokoi@example.com>
  • Keywords: node-red,cowsay

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Researcher, Hitachi, Ltd. https://www.hitachi.com/rd/sc/story/nodered

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Kazuhito Yokoi

Kazuhito Yokoi

Researcher, Hitachi, Ltd. https://www.hitachi.com/rd/sc/story/nodered

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