Here’s this week’s recap of the Node.js related blogs we posted last week…
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 Oracle, SQL Server, MongoDB, PostgreSQL, MySQL and any LoopBack connector which supports create, read, update and delete (CRUD) operations.
StrongLoop is excited to announce a new version of the LoopBack Android SDK 1.3. The release adds two new features: user authentication and storage service client. The LoopBack Android SDK provides classes that make it easy to connect an Android client app to a server application using LoopBack’s authentication and authorization model: User, that represents on the client a user instance on the server, and UserRepository.
This new SDK version also adds support for working with files using the LoopBack storage service. The storage service makes it easy to upload and download files to cloud storage providers and the server local file system. It supports Amazon, Rackspace, Openstack and Azure.
As we mentioned in the previous post, “Easy Switching Between Public and Private npm Registries”, the topic of running a private registry server is quite broad. Once you’re running your private registry server and know how to switch between different registries when installing packages, it’s time to look at the process of package publishing.
Ready to start monitoring event loops, manage Node clusters and chase down memory leaks? We’ve made it easy to get started with StrongOps either locally or on your favorite cloud, with a simple npm install.
- What’s in the upcoming Node v0.12 release? Big performance optimizations, read Ben Noordhuis’ blog to learn more.
- Ready to develop APIs in Node.js and get them connected to your data? Check out the Node.js LoopBack framework. We’ve made it easy to get started either locally or on your favorite cloud, with a simple npm install.
- Need training and certification for Node? Learn more about both the private and open options StrongLoop offers.