RedMatic - Node-RED packaged as Addon for the Homematic CCU3 and RaspberryMatic

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RedMatic fasst mehrere Softwarekomponenten zu einem CCU Addon zusammen, einem Softwarepaket, dass auf einer Homematic CCU3 oder RaspberryMatic als Zusatzsoftware komfortabel über das WebUI installiert werden kann. Die Grundlage bildet Node-RED mit den CCU Nodes für Node-RED. Hiermit ist es auf einfache, visuelle Weise möglich Regeln, Automationen, Scripte und Anbindungen von externen Services und Systemen für ein Homematic System zu realisieren - und das weitgehend auch ohne Programmierkenntnisse. Im Wiki gibt es weitere Informationen zu Node-RED und einige Anwendungsbeispiele (sogenannte Flows).


npm : 6.4.0
node-red : 0.19.1
node-red-dashboard : 2.9.6
node-red-contrib-ccu : 1.1.20
node-red-contrib-combine : 1.6.1
node-red-contrib-mqtt-json : 1.0.1
node-red-contrib-time-range-switch : 0.6.1
bcryptjs : ^2.4.3
bootstrap : ^4.1.1
jquery : ^3.3.1
@fortawesome/fontawesome-free : ^5.1.0
ain2 : 2.0.0
node-red-node-sqlite : 0.3.2



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