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Low-code programming for event-driven applications.

Node-RED: Low-code programming for event-driven applications

Quick Start

Check out for full instructions on getting started.

  1. sudo npm install -g --unsafe-perm node-red
  2. node-red
  3. Open http://localhost:1880

Getting Help

More documentation can be found here.

For further help, or general discussion, please use the Node-RED Forum or slack team.


If you want to run the latest code from git, here's how to get started:

  1. Clone the code:

     git clone
     cd node-red
  2. Install the node-red dependencies

     npm install
  3. Build the code

     npm run build
  4. Run

     npm start


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It was created by IBM Emerging Technology.

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