Cloudron makes it easy to run web apps like WordPress, Nextcloud, GitLab on your server. Find out more or install now.

Skip to content
  • 16 Votes
    29 Posts

    @staypath Yes, I tried to keep things simple with my approach. I am not aware of any Node-RED core functionality that is not working. By using the Cloudron proxy as auth in front of Node-RED, it is single user only though and would be tricky to combine it with auth-mechanisms within Node-RED. This is probably the biggest downside to my approach.
    Another thing, that I would do differently is the approach to send out e-mails. I wanted to make use of the per-app smtp settings that Cloudron provides and pre-provision that transparently into Node-RED. That lead to quite some "glue" in between that seemed somewhat disproportionate in the end.
    I should update my repository to a newer Node-RED version by the way and will probably remove the e-mail part at that point.