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Introducing the Bluemix Developer Console

We just introduced The Bluemix Developer Console. Extending the current Bluemix Mobile Dashboard, this new experience goes beyond mobile and introduces new tools for quickly creating Cloud Native applications across web, mobile and backend. They aim to greatly cut down on development time by generating application starters with all the necessary boilerplate, build and configuration code, so that developers can start coding business logic faster.

Bluemix Developer Console – Web Pattern

The Bluemix Developer Console, an evolution of the Bluemix Mobile Dashboard will follow a pattern based approach to building cloud native applications. The patterns will include but not limited to Mobile, Web, BFF( Backend for Frontend ) and Microservices. Each pattern will have a set of starters that a developer can use to get started. In this blog we will take a look at the Web Pattern.

Bluemix Developer Console – BFF (Backend for Frontend) Pattern

The Bluemix Developer Console, an evolution of the Bluemix Mobile Dashboard, will follow a pattern based approach to building cloud native applications. The patterns will include but not limited to Mobile, Web, BFF( Backend for Frontend ) and Microservices. Each pattern will have a set of starters that a developer can use to get started. In this blog we will take a look at the BFF Pattern.

Bluemix Developer Console – Microservice Pattern

The Bluemix Developer Console an evolution of the Bluemix Mobile Dashboard will follow a pattern based approach to building cloud native applications. The patterns will include but not limited to Mobile, Web, BFF( Backend for Frontend ) and Microservices. Each pattern will have a set of starters that a developer can use to get started. In this blog we will take a look at the Microservice Pattern.

Why Interconnect Should Be On Your List of Developer Events to Attend in 2017

If you have never been to IBM’s Interconnect, you might be wondering “With all of the other conferences and events focused on developers and technical topics, what makes Interconnect different?” Well, let me share some of my experiences so you can see for yourself why it is worth attending.

Get started guides for your favorite runtimes

For many developers, the Hello World starter applications on Bluemix are too basic and the sample applications on IBM-Bluemix.github.io page are a bit too advanced. If you agree with this, you'll find our recently released Runtime Getting Started guides extremely helpful.

Building OpenWhisk actions with Java and Gradle

This post uses Gradle as a build tool to demonstrate how to build Apache OpenWhisk actions in Java.

IBM at Devoxx US 2017!

From Antwerp to London, Devoxx events are well known for delivering some of the best content and experiences for developers. IBM is proud to be the Diamond Sponsor of the inaugural Devoxx US Conference, March 21-23, 2017 at the San Jose Convention Center in San Jose, CA.

With Vaadin Framework, create stunning Web UIs with plain Java

Vaadin Framework is a tool to build good looking Web apps without working with low-level Web technologies. Vaadin apps can be run in Bluemix easily. Here's how.