Release 203 of the Tulip platform is here. This release contains routine bug fixes and small feature updates, as well as the new Machine Attributes API feature.

Machine Attributes API

The newly released Machine Attributes API allows you to send data to a specific attribute of a Machine via a RESTful API using the /attributes/report endpoint. This enables flexible options to integrate with Tulip from Node-RED, Python, or other languages and services.

With the recent release of our Edge MC, you can connect sensors and machines to your Tulip apps with Node-RED and the Machine Attributes API. Getting Started with Edge MC and Node-RED →

The Machine Attributes API requires familiarity with REST APIs. Check out this support article to get started →

Tulip Player 0.25.1 Updates

  • Improved touch handling for touchscreen devices

  • Stability improvements around device drivers on Windows

  • Fixes LASCAR temp and humidity sensor driver on Windows

  • Fixes a bug causing Player to freeze when a proxy is enabled on certain Windows versions


  • Removed custom image upload button from the asset library

  • App export speeds have been improved

  • Removed Trash can icon for restoring archived apps (now a menu option)

  • Table columns can be created with Japanese characters

Bug Fixes:

  • Machine attributes can be removed from machine types

  • “Is null” and “is not null” filters work in Table Queries

  • Printing apps from the app page properly displays all App Info variables

  • Updated alignment on add user modal

  • Adjusted margins on printed history records

These features and more are available to Tulip users in release 203 and above. To learn more about other additions and fixes with the most recent releases of Tulip, visit our community site for release notes, and our support site for resources. Want to learn more about a specific product feature? Reach out with questions.