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December 14, 2018

IBM Cloud Functions Adds Native Support for Go 1.11

IBM Cloud Functions now natively supports Go. You can easily write function and process the input and the output with normal parameters and return values.

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November 26, 2018

Creating Go Applications with App ID

In this post, we'll show you how to integrate Go applications with App ID by using OAuth 2. With this integration, you can use OIDC to retrieve user information when a user logs into your account.

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June 18, 2018

Modernize your old JPetStore app with containers, Kubernetes and AI

Follow the GitHub tutorial and video to update JPetStore, a traditional Java web app, into a modern sales channel using Docker containers, Kubernetes, Watson Visual Recognition and text messaging.

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March 23, 2017

Easily create a Kubernetes-powered cluster for deploying a Go application

Recently IBM has released a Beta of Kubernetes support in the IBM Bluemix Container Service. The IBM Bluemix Container Service, now combines Docker and Kubernetes to deliver powerful tools, an intuitive user experience, and built-in security and isolation to enable rapid delivery of applications all while leveraging Cloud Services including cognitive capabilities from Watson.

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March 16, 2017

Introducing the IBM Cloud 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.

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March 1, 2017

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.

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