Today I’d love to share how to wrap a Node microservice or monolithic application inside a Docker container. I assume that you’ve already installed Docker, boot2docker and Node in your machine. If you don’t, please check the official Docker page and Node page and, after picking your operating system, follow the instructions. I’ve created a simple Node application […]

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Matt Raible chats to Voxxed about his Devoxx France sessions on JHipster and Angular. We discuss why developers are so interested in JHipster, and how it can help boost user knowledge of other tools in the Java ecosystem. Matt also goes under the covers of Angular 2, and taps into the hype around TypeScript. Filmed […]

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Originally published on the Codurance blog It seems that a new paradigm is coming. Facebook and Netflix have come up with different implementations for that idea. Some people are calling it Demand-Driven Architecture, but before I show you some solutions, let’s go over some history to understand the problem. I will use the example that […]

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By Yakov Fain I decided to write this blog after reading this post of a frustrated developer (he goes by the name of Nick Pistacchio) who couldn’t create a simple single-page application (SPA) in JavaScript over the course of several days. Typically frustration is a result of unmet expectations and this is the case here […]

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By Yakov Fain Lots of things are happening in JavaScript. As of today it’s the liveliest software ecosystem. The last time I’ve can recall seeing such an interesting gathering was 15 years ago in Java. The Past Fifteen years ago Java developers were looking down on the JavaScript folks. It was assumed that JavaScript was […]

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During Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne last year, the company’s announcement of the release of a new enterprise-ready JavaScript framework named JET (JavaScript Extension Toolkit) seemed to slip under the radar. With the release of JET 2.0 however, thanks to a decision to open source the framework, the news has caught some traction. Although traditionally the perception has […]

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By Yakov Fain Recently I wrote a blog showing how to use the WebSocket protocol to push the data from a Java server to a JavaScript client. This time I’ll keep the same code on the server, but the client will be written in Dart. For this example I was using GlassFish 4.1 server, and […]

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xPaaS – the intersection where middleware hits the cloud – is a potential game changer for developing and managing apps. We spoke to Red Hat head of middleware Mike Piech  for some insights from the frontline. Are containers killing the PaaS market as we know it? And what languages are we going to see ruling […]

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Forked from the corp and running full steam ahead Spare a thought for Joyent. The Node.js warders experienced a considerable disturbance in the force last November when API compatible divergent io.js came to light – and if that wasn’t hard enough, this week it’s beaten Node.js to version 1.0. Whilst forks are common in any open source […]

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As everyone slowly shrugs off their holiday cheer and emerges, shivering and blinking into the cold light of January, the time is ripe for a host of predictions for the year ahead. One thing that we’re fairly confident about: it’s a fairly safe bet that Docker is going to continue its reign at the top […]

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