The Node-RED palette includes a default set of nodes that are the basic building blocks for creating flows.
Read more about the nodes at https://nodered.org/docs/user-guide/node
There are many more available from both the Node-red project and the community. You can search for available nodes in the Node-red library or directly in the editor by open the Palette Manager from the menu.
Here follows a list of node types:
More function nodes can be added from the Palette Manager that will also show up under function.
- Dashboard node, uses Angular.js
- Uibuilder node, uses vue.js or other libraries. See the following example.
- Freeboard node
There is a lot of nodes for storage. Here in the picture above are some of them making it easy to connect to SQL and NoSQL databases.
If we search on storage at node-red home page we can see 28 different nodes for storage.