Webinar: Customizing LoopBack by integrating modules

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LoopBack logo for webinarIBM’s StrongLoop team recently announced a new webinar for Tues., Feb. 21 that demonstrates how to customize LoopBack by integrating more modules.

LoopBack is a highly-extensible, open-source Node.js framework. It’s a fantastic tool for generating a RESTful web API, and it will have it up and running in no time. This webinar will include:

  • An overview of Loopback.
  • How to take what’s generated.
  • Real-life scenarios that allow you to expand your server with other Node.js modules.


David Okun (Lead Developer Evangelist, IBM Cloud) will act as our main speaker and demonstrate how to integrate modules with LoopBack. David explained what else people could expect from the webinar:

“For basic API needs, LoopBack has you 100% sorted. However, you may want to open the box and step outside for additional functionality. I’ll show you how LoopBack is ready to handle anything you throw at it, and how it augments your API needs instead of getting in the way.”

Registration is open now for the LoopBack webinar. Reserve your space today via the link below and prepare to learn more tricks of the trade.

Date: February 21, 2017
Time: Virtual door opens at 12:45 pm ET
Webcast starts at 1:00 pm ET

Register Now!

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