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NoFlo: six years of JavaScript dataflow

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:
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Edit as project and Flowhub live mode

In Flowhub you can create and edit full flow-based programming projects. The live mode enables introspecting running FBP systems. This weekend we rolled out Flowhub 0.19 which makes it easy to move between these modes.
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Atreus: Building a custom ergonomic keyboard

As mentioned in my Working on Android post, I’ve been using a mechanical keyboard for a couple of years now. Now that I work on Flowhub from home, it was a good time to re-evaluate the whole work setup. As far as regular keyboards go, the MiniLa was nice, but I wanted something more compact and ergonomic.
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Forget about HTTP when building microservices

Microservices — an architectural pattern we recommended in our 2012 International PHP Conference keynote — is pretty popular these days. There are many benefits to consider:
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Conference talk videos

As I’m preparing for a NoFlo talk in Bulgaria Web Summit next week, I went through some older videos of my conference talks. Sadly a lot of the older ones are not online, but the ones I found I compiled in playlists:
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GuvScale - Autoscaling for Heroku worker dynos

I’m happy to announce that GuvScale — our service for autoscaling Heroku background worker dynos — is now available in a public beta.
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Bosch Connected Experience: Eclipse Hono and MsgFlo

I’ve been attending the Bosch Connected Experience IoT hackathon this week at Station Berlin. Bosch brought a lot of different devices to the event, all connected to send telemetry to Eclipse Hono. To make them more discoverable, and enable rapid prototyping I decided to expose them all to Flowhub via the MsgFlo distributed FBP runtime.