Five ways you can contribute to the balena community

Calling all balenaCloud and openbalena users-- we’d love to hear from you and see what amazing things you’re doing with the platform. Learn five ways you can contribute to the balena community, share your work with the world, and get some cool swag while you’re at it.

Introducing Open Fleets and self-submitted apps and blocks on balenaHub

We are excited to introduce open fleets on balenaHub. Now any ambitious edge developer can create an Open Fleet, Project, or balenaBlock, self-submit it to balenaHub, and share it with the entire world. We launched these changes as part of a Release Party. Now anyone can contribute edge and IoT

Release Party: Making balena UX improvements to support new users

We're excited to introduce some UX improvements that can help new users starting with Deploy with balena on balenaHub. From application and release build speed improvements, to new UI elements, we added a number of new features to remove the friction from the first-time user experience. What’s a release

How balenaSound inspired the audio block

In this blog post, we’ll explain how the audio block came to be. We’ll put on our IoT fleet owner shoes, dive deep into balenaSound’s history, and show you how one of our most popular projects helped build the very first balenaBlock. As you may already know,

Introducing balenaHub: an easier way to find and publish apps and projects for edge devices

Now you can find IoT and edge projects created by other product builders, like you. Simply go to balenaHub, find a project that you want to try, add your devices, and begin. We built this feature as part of our second Release Party. Massive thanks for every teammate who contributed