The last LTS releases for LoopBack were a couple of months ago. In January, the team updated loopback-datasource-juggler and strong-remoting. The team implemented several changes into the open source framework this month as well. Curious about what the changes in the latest LoopBack release? Miroslav Bajtos provided a rundown of what’s new in the latest LoopBack release – 2.38.1 (LTS):
Sai Vennam has posted about the official IBM API Connect public Docker repository on the IBM API Connect developerWorks blog. As he explains, “by installing IBM API Connect Docker images, you can run a complete IBM API Connect on-premises environment on your local machine.”
He continues: “Docker is a powerful software platform that automates the deployment of applications inside containers. A Docker container wraps up an application in a complete file system that contains everything it needs to run: code, runtime, system tools, system libraries, and so on. Taking advantage of this technology, we’ve streamlined the process of installing and running the entire API Connect stack on your local machine.” Read more
The Palm Beach Tech Hackathon was recently held from November 4-6th. This event is a great opportunity for teams of engineers, designers, developers and entrepreneurs to put forth a project for a chance to win a cash prize. We are proud to announce that Rick Blalock, a member of the IBM team, won first place – using API Connect and Watson!