Open Source
January 31, 2024

Noodl Open Source Changelog

Changes from the commercial version.

All dependencies on Noodl servers have been removed

  • Removed workspaces, including noodl user accounts, project storage, shared cloud service configuration and user permissions
  • Removed sandboxes, hosting and managed cloud services

Workspaces have been replaced by two new options:

  • Use Noodl without workspaces and store projects locally on your computer
  • Use git providers such as Github, Bitbucket, Azure Repos, AWS Codecommit, or other. These services will enable collaboration between multiple users, backup, and permissions. The main difference is that projects are then discovered and shared using those services, and downloaded using a git client, rather than doing it directly from Noodl.

More information about how to migrate existing Noodl projects:


  • Noodl can now run offline
  • New node selection toolbar. When selecting nodes there’s a small toolbar that shows actions that were previously only accessible by right-clicking.
  • Added more colors and styles for comments
  • New features in the version control panel to handle incorrect credentials, adding github tokens, support username and password authentication, changing origin, and setting git user name and email.
  • The “Response” node in cloud functions can now be placed inside logic components, not just cloud function components.
  • More nodes now respond to double click. Such as selecting the “label” input in the property panel when double clicking on a Text Input node.
  • Experimental Node References panel: search for node names
  • Node picker: words like “http” or “javascript” now shows relevant nodes
  • The default name in the node graph are set to the “label” property on the following nodes: Checkbox, Radio Button, Text Input, Dropdown
  • Noodl preview window can now show URLs outside the project to enable better workflows with flows requiring redirects
  • Code editor now remembers where you were when closing and re-opening it


  • When pasting nodes, select all of them, not just one
  • Performance issue in the node picker in projects with thousands of components
  • Performance improvements for saving projects, as well as smaller file size
  • Trim whitespaces when adding properties using comma separated values. E.g. adding properties on an Object node by adding “a, b, c” will create three properties, “a”, “b”, and “c”.


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