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Telemetry from @cbase visualized on @NASA OpenMCT, ready for the @Flowhub_io #IoT hack weekend starting tonight
See how Flowhub's MsgFlo was used to connect a Node.js service to Python ML backend in this @Predix hackathon entry

NoFlo and Flow-Based Programming by Henri Bergius (Node.js Meetup Berlin)

This presentation was give during the Node.js Meetup Berlin, on April 25th 2017. You can become part of the community here meetup.com/Node-js-Meetup-Berlin ABOUT THE TALK Henri Bergius talked about NoFlo and Flow-Based Programming in general. He will give an introduction to both, how the tooling works and how to write components.
Quite a bit of time has passed since my two years of NoFlo post, and it is time to take another look at the state of the NoFlo ecosystem. To start with the basics, NoFlo is a JavaScript implementation of Flow-Based Programming.
All computationally intensive work at The Grid; such as image analysing, and image processing are off-loaded as jobs in RabbitMQ. Instead of having a web server waiting for a result immediately, it is free to keep processing other requests. All jobs that are added to the queue are consumed by Heroku workers running with MsgFlo.
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Flowhub is a visual tool for managing how your Internet of Things devices connect with each other. With Flowhub you can manage the connections between all of your IoT devices, and add logic via new components.
Flowhub Pro plans are now available with a monthly subscription. Go to t.co/o7Ta0WSC72 to enable Flowhub access to private projects!

Electricity consumption of @cbase seen live in @Flowhub_io, powered by MsgFlo #IoT