An open source backend for your mobile apps.
Connect to multiple data sources, write business logic in Node.js,
auto-generate iOS & Android SDKs.Learn More.
An operational console specifically for Node.js.
Cluster control. Deep performance monitoring,
profiling, memory, and EventLoop stats.Learn More.
Technical support and bug fixes
for Node.js core and modulesfrom the Node.js experts.Learn More.
StrongLoop is an API Tier for connecting Enterprise data to devices and browsers. It includes an open, mobile backend-as-a-service, API development framework, operational console, and certified distribution of Node.js with supported modules.
“I’ve been working with StrongLoop for a few months now as part of their STAC, watching their products evolve from idea, to what will surely be very exciting technology for mobile developers interested in leveraging a private open source mBaaS.”
“Mobile developers are looking for technology that frees them up to focus on the front-end. StrongLoop’s availability on the Rackspace Cloud means developers can reap the benefits of an mBaaS, plus the scalability and power of the cloud.”
“Ben Noordhuis and the StrongLoop team were great to work with and helped us on an important Node project at GitHub.”
“StrongLoop has been an integral part of cultivating the Node.js community. Their support has empowered us to provide our members with educational seminars and resources, which in turn has galvanized significant membership growth.”
“StrongOps gives us a realtime view under the hood of frisB’s core apps and with virtually instant setup, it allows us to quickly visualize performance tuning opportunities.”
“Working with StrongLoop has given our development team the ability to deliver more Node.js applications to our clients in the banking sector with confidence, knowing we have the best Node.js experts in our corner.”
“StrongOps has become an integral part of my dev process, providing insight into what’s happening right now.”
“Keep an eye on your Node.js apps by adding ONE line of code with StrongOps.”