History In 2013, we started LoopBack as a mobile-backend-as-a-service, evolving out of earlier efforts such as Deployd and JugglingDB. Users quickly told us that what they needed wasn’t a backend-as-a-service itself, but a framework to build their own MBaaS. We built LoopBack on top of the popular Express library and based it on open standards […]
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What is LiveSet? LiveSet is an AngularJS module that makes it easy to build real time applications. We created it so you can focus on building your app instead of cobbling together several libraries and frameworks. Unlike other real-time libraries and frameworks, we didn’t build LiveSet on top of our own proprietary protocols and transports. […]
Curious what new developments are happening with the LoopBack project? Here’s a curated selection of the most important changes that have been made to LoopBack in the past few weeks. LoopBack Core Enable Auth We changed app.enableAuth to automatically setup all required models not attached to the app nor a datasource. The purpose of this […]
Unopinionated, Node.js powered Publish – Subscribe for mobile, IoT and the browser. There are many ways to push data from a Node app to another app (written in Node, the browser, or other platforms and languages). Several frameworks have arisen around the vague term “realtime” to provide features along these lines. Strong-pubsub is a library […]
Today, StrongLoop is excited to announce support for replication and offline synchronization in our LoopBack API framework. What makes this unique is that it is completely open source and powered by Node.js. Loopback is an open source API framework written in Node.js used to connect mobile devices to enterprise datasources. This new functionality is available for […]