node-red-contrib-polymer - A Polymer based Dashboard UI for Node-RED

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This is very similar to node-red-dashboard. In fact it's a fully rewritten fork of Andrei Tatars original node-red-contrib-ui. This project is in an early development stage, see the issue tracker to get an idea of the roadmap.

https://github.com/hobbyquaker/node-red-contrib-polymer

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serve-static : ^1.12.0
socket.io : ^1.7.3

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