Node.js is a hot hot hot technology right now. It can be used for many networking type scenarios including building web applications.
Requirements: All labs take place on an IBM i in the cloud that is preconfigured with applicable technology stacks (i.e. Ruby, Node.js, etc). All that's required is a Chrome browser on Windows, Mac, or Linux (Chromebooks don't yet work). All command line and code editing is done via browser-based applications - nothing to install on the user's laptop.
Abstract: Node.js is a hot hot hot technology right now. It can be used for many networking type scenarios including building web applications. In this hands-on lab you will accomplish the following:
Learn how to connect to IBM i using SSH and the bash shell.
Learn how to create a Node.js hello world web application
Learn how to install Node.js modules using npm (Node Package Manager)
Create a Node.js Websocket chat application from scratch
Create a Node.js CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) application from scratch
Speaker: Aaron Bartell
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