Node-RED: Lecture 8 Advanced flows with Node-RED

 

This lecture is a set of links to advanced tutorials we have written. These include:

  • Tutorial: Using FRED (Cloud Node-RED) to build an AI chatbot using IBM Watson
  • Tutorial: Using FRED (Cloud Node-RED) with the GE Predix Timeseries Microservice
  • Tutorial: Using OPC-UA with FRED (Cloud Node-RED)
  • Monitor a Pi Zero hosted security camera with Node-RED & MQTT
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Dashboards and graphs for cryptocurrency data using Node-RED: tutorial

Graphing cryptocurrency data using Node-RED

This is the second tutorial in a series on using the Binance cryptocurrency node we have developed. Take a look at the first tutorial if you haven’t already done so as it introduces you to the basics of the Binance node. This tutorial develops a simple dashboard showing bid and ask prices for symbol BTCUSDT and will look a little like this:

The Binance node

For those of you who aren’t familiar, Binance is one of the largest crypto trading platform (perhaps largest by volume), and importantly has a comprehensive and sophisticated API.… Read the rest

Cryptocurrencies and Node-RED

Node-RED and cryptocurrencies

Node-RED is a perfect tool for rapid development of cryptocurrency applications. There are a wide range of uses, starting with simple access to exchange data (eg prices, trends) right up to developing your own blockchain!

Here are a few tutorials we’ve written to get you started plus some links to other informative sites and pages of people using Node-RED to explore cryptocurrencies.… Read the rest

Cryptocurrency prices and data from Binance with Node-RED: tutorial

Getting and displaying basic cryptocurrency data using Node-RED

In this brief tutorial, we’ll introduce the STS Binance node set and some of its capabilities. A follow-on tutorial will show how to develop a dashboard using the nodes and a final tutorial will discuss some possibilities using the trading API that the nodes offer.… Read the rest

Tutorial: SQLite and Node-RED

This tutorial will show you how to make use of an SQLite database using the litedb node on the FRED hosted Node-RED platform to create database tables and store data. Under the hood, the litedb node uses SQLite.  As a very lightweight relational database, SQLite does not need complex setup procedures, making it an ideal database management system to use for embedded systems and rapid prototyping.… Read the rest