Introducing IBM Node.js Tools for Eclipse Beta

IBM has recently added a lightweight collection of tools in Eclipse, enabling Node.js developers to rapidly build and deploy JavaScript applications targeting the Node.js environment.

Complimenting the existing IBM offerings, such as Bluemix tools for Eclipse and Websphere Developer Tools for Enterterprise Java Development, the Node.js tools for Eclipse provide:

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Last Minute Info and Tips for IBM InterConnect 2016

Just a month ago, we announced that we would be at IBM InterConnect. Time flies, and the premier Cloud and Mobile conference is just around the corner: next week, in fact, running from February 21 – 25th.

For those who will be attending in Las Vegas, we have some last-minute reminders and resources that may be helpful. And if you are not going, we’ll share some resources to help you stay up to speed on what’s happening. Read more

Introducing IBM API Connect

UPDATE: IBM API Connect is now available!

We’re proud to announce the upcoming release of IBM API Connect, a complete API lifecycle management solution that will make things easier for developers, Central IT, and LoB Management.

What is IBM API Connect?

API Connect integrates IBM StrongLoop and IBM API Management with a built-in gateway, allowing you to create, run, manage, and secure APIs and Microservices. API Connect is the first of its kind: a unified end-to-end API management solution that enables the automated creation of APIs, simplified discovery of systems of records, self-service access for internal and third party developers and built-in security and governance. It’s built for hybrid cloud environments, so you can place it wherever your API runs best!
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A New Day for Express!

By James M. Snell (@jasnell) and C. Rand McKinney (@crandmck)

As of this week, the Express project has a new home as an incubating top-level project under the Node.js Foundation. As part of this transition, the source repository has been moved to the expressjs GitHub organization where many of its closely-related middleware modules already reside. We are excited by this move as it further establishes Express’s position as a community-owned project that has become incredibly popular in the Node world.
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