One of the more interesting features of LoopBack I’ve been meaning to take a look at is its support for “environment configuration”. This is a fancy way of saying “configuration based on environment.” I’m still a Node newbie, but this is something I’ve done myself for a while now. Once again, LoopBack really shines here […]
About Raymond Camden
Raymond Camden is a developer advocate for IBM. His work focuses on the StrongLoop platform, Bluemix, hybrid mobile development, Node.js, HTML5, and web standards in general. He's a published author and presents at conferences and user groups on a variety of topics. Raymond can be reached at his blog (www.raymondcamden.com), @raymondcamden on Twitter, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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As API developers, we’re tasked with not only building a good, feature-rich API, but also ensuring it can stand up to rigors of a production environment. Frameworks like LoopBack make developing APIs incredibly easy. On the flip side, products like API Connect help move those APIs safely into production. So when do you need an […]
Editor’s Note: This month we’ve been introducing you to IBM’s StrongLoop Developer Evangelist team. While they are usually quite busy attending events, hosting webinars, and putting together content about LoopBack and IBM’s API Connect, we managed to get them to write about themselves and let us know more about them. We’ve already told you about […]
One of LoopBack’s core features is the ability to lock down access to your APIs and define exactly who can do what with your data. LoopBack provides multiple tools to make this easy, but it’s helpful to see a real (although simple) application demonstrating the complete process of securing your APIs. In this post I’ll demonstrate how […]
Update for March, 2017: One of the things I mention at the very end of this article is how file uploads will overwrite each other if they use the same name. I fixed this with a pull request that was accepted a few days ago. By using a new configuration option, nameConflict:makeUnique, files will automatically […]