Blockly elements rules

Hi
Is any chance to implement in Homa Assistant feature to build rules from blockly elements as in other home automation systems like: Domoticz, Pulse Station, Fibaro and other…

This is very good solution…

You mean a bit like node red?

A little like., but as show on screen

I think the key difference between something like this and NodeRed is that these systems tend to understand the potential variables and elements that can be included or used in conditions, rather than NR which you still often need to give values in a JSON payload.

And is any chance to implement blockly function conditions… ?

No clue. But I added my vote for this.

Sorry for resurrecting an old thread, I found this but it is dead, and the contributor who took over the project didn’t commit anything new either.

Anyways, I’m looking for alternatives to Node-Red and writing configuration files. Blockly is backed by Google and is more or less the other standard for visual automation building, next to Node Red. I understand it works by generating code or pseudocode, so implementing it is probably more complex than plugging in Node Red which can do much more, out of the box. But I would presume more developers also would like to take a break from VSCode/BBedit/TextMate/vim/emacs and flex the good ol´ Logitech USB-Mouse-muscles with some groovy gui-pixels now and then, no?
Anyone seen any promising ventures into visual automation building solutions?