I see no reasons to fail it on Windows. But there are a few points to check:
While Node-RED has lots of interesting nodes out of the box, it may make it useful in tasks where some features are not available in IRIS.
And it's a low-code tool, so, just drag-n-drop and connect nodes, with some configuration.
In addition to the demo described in the article, there is a simple flow for demonstration work with SQL.
And another demo, is mostly just for fun, to see how it's possible to create even some UI there.
With quite a complex flow like this
It was possible to create an interface like this
It allows, to create a new table in IRIS, and add some fields. For sure, too far from production use, but as a proof-of-concept.
All those demos are available in the repo.
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