node-red-contrib-ale-rainbow 1.0.3

Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise Rainbow Nodes for Node Red

npm install node-red-contrib-ale-rainbow


Alcatel Lucent Enterprise Rainbow nodes for node-red.

Welcome to the Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise Rainbow nodes for node-red!

The Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise (ALE) Rainbow nodes for node-red is a node-red package for connecting your flow to Rainbow, The FREE app to text, call, video and share instantly with your business community. About Rainbow. Create your account for free now !


  1. Node.js v4.5.0 and above
  2. Node-RED v0.12.0 and above

Install via NPM

From inside your node-red directory:

npm install node-red-contrib-ale-rainbow

What's inside?

It includes seven nodes:

  1. RBLogin : a unique CONFIG node that holds connection configuration for Rainbow. As a node-red 'config' node, it cannot be added to a graph, but it acts as a singleton object that gets created in the the background when you add any other 'ALE Rainbow' node and configure it accordingly. You must configure here credentials to be used to connect to Rainbow cloud services and optionnaly, an HTTP Proxy. Note : for know, only a single connection to Rainbow is supported.

  2. RBSend_P2P_IM : Output node to send IM to a Rainbow identity (User or Bubble). You can configure a default recipient for outgoing IM in node parameters. Accepted message format is:

       "content":"Hello world",
  3. content is: IM content (string).
  4. destJid is : Recipient JID (Jabber ID) for the IM. If not specified, Desintation JID configured at node level is used.
  1. RBGet_P2P_IM : Input node to listen for new incoming IM. Delivered message format is:
       "content":"Hello world",
  2. content is: IM content (string).
  3. fromJid is : Originator JID (Jabber ID) of the IM. Can be used to reply by coping this value for destJid.

  4. RBNotify_P2P_IM_Read : Input node to listen for message acknowledge.

var msg = { payload: { loginemail:contact.loginEmail, displayname:contact.displayName, fromJid:contact.jid_im, presence:contact.presence, status:contact.status }};

  1. RBGet_Presence : Input node to listen for presence update of contact list. Delivered message format is:
       "displayname":"Alice Paul",
  2. loginemail is: Contact loginemail identifier.
  3. displayname is: Contact plain text display name.
  4. fromJid is : JID (Jabber ID) of the contact.
  5. presence is: presence (can be offline, online, busy, xa, away) xa means dnd, busy means on the phone.
  6. status is: presence sub status

    • When presence is online can be mobile
    • When presence is busy can be presentation, audio, video or sharing

    • RBSet_Presence : Output node to set own presence . Accepted message format is:

    • payload is: presence (can be online, dnd, away or invisible).

    • RBGet_CnxState : Input node to get connection state . Delivered message format is:

      "payload": "rainbow_onconnectionok"  
    • payload is: connection status.

    Connection status can be :

    • rainbow_onconnectionok : Fired when the connection is successfull with Rainbow (signin complete)
    • rainbow_onready : Fired when the SDK is connected to Rainbow and ready to be used
    • rainbow_onconnectionerror : Fired when the connection can t be done with Rainbow (ie. issue on sign-in)
    • rainbow_onerror : Fired when something goes wrong (ie: bad 'configurations' parameter...)

Node Info

Version: 1.0.3
Updated 1 week, 5 days ago
License: MIT


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  • RBLogin
  • RBSend_P2P_IM
  • RBGet_P2P_IM
  • RBNotify_P2P_IM_Read
  • RBAck_P2P_IM_Read
  • RBGet_Presence
  • RBSet_Presence
  • RBGet_CnxState


  • node-red
  • rainbow
  • cloud
  • IoT
  • IM
  • chat
  • presence


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