Explore IBM Bluemix
In this updated demo, David Barnes shows how to start developing and deploying applications using the latest Bluemix services.
Using Cloud Foundry runtimes
David Barnes shows how to develop, run, and manage code with the many Cloud Foundry runtimes supported in Bluemix.
Quick-start tutorials — Node apps
Fork (copy) an existing app, deploy it to Bluemix, and then make changes to the running app. All the code you need is provided, and no setup is needed.
Bind a service (a MongoDB database management service) to your app. Then restart your app, and browse and update the contents of your MongoLab database.
Plan updates to your app using DevOps Services. Then add a new service (Twilio text notifications) to your app and write code to use that service.
Quick-start tutorial — mobile apps
Use the Node-RED starter in Bluemix to get a set of nodes ready to be wired together and used.
Quick-start videos — Java apps
These 8 videos show you everything you need to know to get started with an agile Java development project. Start by finding and forking a Java app in less than 3 minutes, and continue with automatic builds and deployments, collaboration, tracking, and planning.