Node-RED moves to the JS Foundation

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The Emerging Technologies team in the UK are behind a number of open source projects. One of which is Node-RED, a tool for creating flow-based applications that has grown a vibrant community and gained wide spread adoption over the last three years.

It comes preinstalled on the Raspberry Pi and is available in the IBM Bluemix catalog as a boilerplate application – making it really easy to get started wherever you want to run it.

As part of IBM’s commitment to open technologies, we’ve announced this week that we are a founding member of the JS Foundation and that we are contributing Node-RED to the foundation.

The JS Foundation exists to help grow developer engagement and collaboration across the wide range of JavaScript projects involved. With a formalized partnership with the Node.js Foundation, it will generate of centre of gravity for developers working with JavaScript.

This is a great step forward for the project and a great reflection of all the community has achieved.

JS Foundation and Node-RED

 

For more information, check out Angel Diaz’s blog post, or my post on nodered.org.

 

 

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Nick O'Leary
Nick is an Emerging Technology Specialist at IBM where he gets to do interesting things with interesting technologies and also play with toys. With a background in pervasive messaging, he is a contributor to the Eclipse Paho project and sits on the OASIS MQTT Technical Committee. He is the creator of Node-RED, an open source tool for wiring the Internet of Things.
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