rest

Recursos de programación de rest
https://github.com/paradigmadigital/curso-vertx-1 00:09 Ejemplos 00:51 Ejemplo 1.Básico de servidor http 32:17 Ejemplo 1 Básico de servidor http-Visual VM 33:07 Ejemplo 2 Básico de cliente 47:43 Ejemplo 3. API REST + Mongo 1:20:43 Preguntas ¿Quieres saber más? https://www.paradigmadigital.com/ ¿Quieres saber cuáles son los próximos eventos que organizamos?: https://www.paradigmadigital.com/eventos/ Ver más eventos nuestros: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2yjEVbRSX7XaQgyjsApXIqydTrC7v_Of
I think that if you rely only on talks, community events, tweets and posts to learn about a concept, you can sometimes end up with diluted (or even completely wrong) versions of the concept due to broken telephone game effects. For this reason, I think it's important to try instead to get closer to the sources of the concepts you want to learn. Lately I've been doing some study on object-oriented concepts doing an effort to get closer to the sources. These are the resulting notes on Single Respo...
@arungupta Serverless applications, aka Function-as-a-Service or FaaS, relies upon services to manage server-side logic and state. These applications run in stateless compute containers that are event-triggered, ephemeral (may only last for one invocation), and fully managed by a 3rd party. These functions can be triggered by a REST API call, scheduled timer, or another function. Static website hosting on Amazon Web Services S3, API Gateway for RESTful APIs, AWS Lambda for functions and Couchbase for persistence provide an ideal combination for deploying, managing and scaling your microservice. This talk will provide a quick introduction to each part of the stack. Then it will explain how a Serverless Application Model can be used to deploy different components of microservice. A path from your favorite IDE to a fully deployed and functional microservice will be shown with live coding.
@snicoll Spring Boot, the new convention-over-configuration centric framework from the Spring team at Pivotal, marries Spring's flexibility with conventional, common sense defaults to make application development move swiftly and enjoyable. It's ideally suited for building microservices and distributed systems and makes streamlining devops practices simple. Join Spring Boot committer Stéphane Nicoll for a look at what Spring Boot is, why it's turning heads, why you should consider it for your next application (REST, web, batch, big-data, integration, whatever!) and how to get started. https://www.autentia.com
Disclaimer: I am experimenting with different formats to create presentations, blog post, and other documents, mixing sketch noting and using index cards... I will appreciate your feedback.I prepared these notes for the past AOS 2017, but finally, the session was not selected... The initial idea was to describe our process for creating an agile software development team and create a discussion to identify next steps to expand our agile culture to the rest of the organizationHoney Badge...
Did you ever want to port that cool game you built to the browser? Or have your 3D design app work there as well? It's already possible now, but it will get even better in the future! We have asm.js as a subset of JavaScript, optimized for use cases like games, compression or image editing. Now WebAssembly promises to take this one step further by reducing storage size and decoding time while providing the same safe sandboxed environment with near-native performance. It takes your native code, no matter if C or Rust, and turns that into something that runs blazingly fast in your browser.
Disclaimer: I am experimenting with different formats to create presentations, blog post, and other documents, mixing sketch noting and using index cards... I will appreciate your feedback.The past 23,24th of June I was at the Agile Open Space at Segovia (AOS)... This is my sixth consecutive year going to the AOS (you can see almost all of my past experiences at http://www.eferro.net/search/label/aos ). I like this unconference because is a great excuse to see friend...
@durbon - José María Rodríguez Autoscaling & GraphQL Mad Scalability meetup 21 junio Madrid Las APIs más populares que utilizamos a día de hoy son RESTful APIs o un pseudo estándar ad hoc HTTP. Pero la necesidad de avanzar rápido en productos cada vez más complejos más allá de un simple CRUD ha empujado un cambio en la forma en que interactuamos con las APIs. Aquí es dónde surge GraphQL, un fuerte candidato predestinado a sustituir a REST en muchas aplicaciones, sobre todo en el ecosistema móvil de apps. ¿Qué hay de malo en REST? Nada en su concepción inicial y en el contexto dónde surgió, pero desde que fuera definido la forma de interactuar con las APIs ha cambiado. Vamos a repasar las razones por las que deberíamos repensar las tradicionales APIs basadas en RESTful en favor de GraphQL. Conoce más de Autentia en https://autentia.com
Web
23-06-2017
I'm working for Green Power Monitor which is a company based in Barcelona specialized in monitoring renewable energy power plants and with clients all over the world. We're developing a new application to monitor and manage renewable energy portfolios. I'm part of the front-end team. We're working on a challenging SPA that includes a large quantity of data visualization and which should present that data in an UI that is polished and easy to look at. We are using ClojureScript with Om (a Clojure...
¿Quieres saber más? https://www.paradigmadigital.com/ 00:03 Introducción 00:24 Índice 00:55 1. Plantillas (template Engine) 05:32 2. Principales librerías 05:32 2.1 Express 05:32 2.2 Hapi 05:32 2.3 Koa 07:51 2.4 Restify 12:04 3. Creando nuestro primer api REST 21:35 4. Streams 27:02 5: Buenas prácticas 27:50 5.1 Callback Hell 31:42 5.2 Promises 32:52 5.3 Funciones Generadoras 34:53 6. Conclusiones ¿Quieres saber cuáles son los próximos eventos que organizamos?: https://www.paradigmadigital.com/eventos/ Ver más eventos nuestros: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2yjEVbRSX7XaQgyjsApXIqydTrC7v_Of