List of examples used in the lectures

Examples lecture 6

Examples Lecture 1
1.1 Using Twitter to control a Raspberry PI
1.2 Using Node-RED to alert you when you’re falling behind on your exercise schedule
1.3 Building a simple web service using Node-RED’s built-in HTTP nodes
Examples Lecture 2
2.1 Building your first flow: Hello World
2.2 A second flow: weather alerts
Examples Lecture 3
3.1 Receiving JSON via an MQTT message
3.2 Using the switch node to handle a JSON object
3.3 Using a change node to change or manipulate a message payload
3.4 Using the rbe (report by exception) node
3.5 Scaling input with the range node
3.6 Using an mqtt output node to test the flow
3.7 Using Websockets with Node-RED
3.8 Sending TCP requests.
Examples Lecture 5
5.1 Creating and returning a new message in a function node
5.2 Creating and returning multiple messages in a function node
5.3 Using Context in a function node
5.4 Using Global Context
5.5 Creating a sub-flow
5.6 Packaging Function nodes using subflows
5.7 Creating a Slack Bot to query data
Examples lecture 6
6.1 Retrieving data from a web page
6.2 Counting words in a string
6.3 Using Context to generate rolling averages
6.4 Using the context element to share a function and make it accessible to all functions in the canvas.
6.5 Defining and using an iterator sub flow
6.6 Getting earthquake data from an external API and returning it as multiple messages.
6.7 Multiple Inputs on a Function Node
6.8 Letting a Function Node Send Multiple Messages on a single output
7.1 Using the FreeBoard dashboard node
7.2 Using the nodered.contrib.ui nodes
7.3 Using a JavaScript charting library