June 3, 2015 | Written by: Christine Rothemich
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This weekly post showcases some of the best new Bluemix tutorials, videos, and other content published each week on developerWorks.
I’ll be out of the office for the next few weeks, so Dan Kehn will be keeping you up to date with the latest Bluemix content being published on dW. Thanks, Dan!
- Translate your Bluemix application to access global markets
IBM Globalization is an experimental service for Bluemix that uses machine translation combined with easy-to-use RESTful APIs, a service dashboard, and sample SDKs. IBM Globalization enables you to rapidly translate your apps, make edits to translations for style and quality, and deploy the translation in real time — all without breaking DevOps. Using the IBM Globalization service, you can translate, build, and deploy at the frequency that your customers require.
- Migrate an app from Heroku to Bluemix
This tutorial analyzes the key differences between Heroku and Bluemix from a developer’s point of view, and shows you how to address these differences when migrating a Heroku application to IBM Bluemix, using a Node.js application as an example.
- Use Maven with the Bluemix DevOps Services delivery pipeline
Apache Maven is a powerful build tool for Java-based projects. Maven automatically resolves dependencies on components or plug-ins required for the build process by downloading them from a Maven repository. This tutorial and video show how to use the Bluemix DevOps Services delivery pipeline in conjunction with Maven. Starting with a simple Java application and an associated unit test, you’ll configure a build stage in the delivery pipeline to use Maven for building and testing. Then you’ll add a second stage that pushes the application to the cloud.
Check out the Bluemix page on developerWorks for more great how-to and introductory content on Bluemix, including quick-starts, a list of tutorials available for each Bluemix service, and more.
Do you have ideas for Bluemix topics you’d like to see more of on developerWorks? We’d love to hear from you! Comment here or email me your ideas!