Deploying simply means allowing the system to update so that it is ready to execute the code within your nodes.
Click the Deploy button and you will see an alert stating that the deployment has been successful.
Once the deploy has completed click the debug tab directly below it. This is our debug window that will allow us to see any messages entering into the debug node.
I want our inject node to output the text Hello World every 3 seconds. In order to do this simply set your options as I have below.
The inject node is very versatile and you can schedule it to inject at various times of day which is really useful. I use it to automate fetching the weather to my twitter account just before I wake to go to work.
The next stage of the tutorial will move in to making more nodes available and ensuring the environment is set up to run them.There are nodes such as the twitter node that require some further dependencies to be setup other than the ones discussed so far.