Innovation at the edge is driven by a whole host of people and personalities, but who makes sure those innovations get into production? Developers!
Join Leon Stigter, developer advocate at TIBCO, as he demonstrates tools and technologies to help developers build better software, faster.
This TIBCO Tech Talk covers:
The latest in updates for Project Flogo, an open-source and ultra-lightweight edge computing platform A brief demo of Flogo and API Scout How to jumpstart your developer journey
We believe every developer has that one special technology they love – whether ESB, open source, or NodeJS. So we decided to put it all together in one easy to use place. That said, you don’t have to use iPaaS to deploy this tech. You can even choose to deploy them on-premises, to a private cloud, to devices, or to serverless environments.
Together with the O’Reilly team we did a webinar on Low-Code App Dev. APIs and microservices are awesome if you’re a technical developer, but what if you’re not and you still need to understand how they connect? In this 60 minute webcast, Leon Stigter and Bruno Trimouille of TIBCO Software introduce how low-code platforms can help marketing and sales teams to automate their workflows and deliver on business goals without getting under the hood.
Together with the O’Reilly team we did a webinar on visually building microservices. Modern and digital experiences today are powered by the fine-grained units of execution we call microservices. However, building microservices isn’t always simple—especially if you’re not an expert developer. How can we make it easy for developers and architects to visually create an API definition so they don’t need to become Swagger experts? Developing your microservices can also be complex, especially when you also need to take into account API specification.
Last year on February 14th we published a blog post on “ Building the Ultimate Valentine’s API.” Personally, I had a lot of fun writing it and finding facts related to how we spend our Valentine’s Day (though I forgot to bring home chocolates and flowers to my wife, who was none too pleased)!
The explosion of SaaS as the typical acquisition pattern for enterprise software means that any given organization has (or will have) dozens of apps to connect to each other. In fact, the average Marketing department uses about 30 different SaaS apps, and the average HR department…
Last month TIBCO added the ability to add custom activities to TIBCO Cloud Integration - Web Integrator ( I’ll use Web Integrator going forward). The Web Integrator experience is “Powered by Project Flogo”, so when you create your own extensions for Web Integrator, and use them in every flow that you want, those activities will work with Project Flogo as well.
Back in 2012, the engineering team at Heroku created a set of best practices to develop and run web apps. That document, consisting of 12 incredibly important ‘rules’, was dubbed the 12 Factor App manifesto. Over the years the document gained a lot of traction and especially with the rise of microservices having a 12 Factor App compliant app became important. With the rise of microservices a lot of other practices and tools (like git, DevOps, Docker and Configuration Management) became very popular as well.
Pretty much all the large cloud platforms provide not only a great visual interface to get things done, they also have a great command line interface. As much as I love a great UI when browsing the web, I do tend to favor the command line interfaces when I’m focusing on developing things.