September 10, 2015

Getting Started with Bluemix and StrongLoop

Al Tsang, StrongLoop CTO, explains how StrongLoop and Bluemix will be combined into a seamless hybrid experience. He briefly summarizes the strengths of each product and then demonstrates a sample application leveraging StrongLoop Arc’s local management capabilities now available on Bluemix. IBM Bluemix developers Sai Vennam and Ben Smith shows the LoopBack sample application deployed to Bluemix, followed by a demonstration of how to control it via StrongLoop Arc’s Process Manager.

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September 2, 2015

Deploying a MEAN Application to IBM Cloud in One Click

MEAN stands for Mongo DB, Express, AngularJS, and Node.js. It is probably the most popular software development stack for JavaScript developers there is. It is so popular that there is a open source project called MEAN.JS that is meant to quickly scaffold out a MEAN application in a matter of minutes. You can easily deploy a MEAN app to Bluemix using the MEAN.JS project.

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August 28, 2015

Fedr8 + Bluemix = Brilliant

Modernize, adopt, enhance—three words always in the mind of Rhys Sharp, CTO & Co-Founder of Fedr8. The UK-based company is a cloud enabler, which means they help clients modernize their business processes, adopt cloud technology, and enhance their results. Rhys talks about the business benefits of fully embracing the digital economy and cloud, but he knows, and his customers know, that digital transformation is no walk in the park.

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August 24, 2015

IBM Cloud gets creative with the Urban Art Cloud

Where did all of those lines, however hazy, between entertainment, art, advertising, selling, informing, and communing go? Boy did that question date me. Anyway, from the resulting soup of those disappearing lines comes a lot of new opportunities to do things like demonstrate transformative technology and encourage individual creativity at the same time. The IBM Urban Art Cloud is a good example that showcases the flexibility and scalability of SoftLayer along with the speed, variety, and freedom of the Bluemix cloud-based development tools.

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August 14, 2015

Combine the XPages NoSQL Service and Node.js Runtime

The experimental release of the XPages runtime and XPages NoSQL Database service unleashed the power of IBM Domino XPages on Bluemix. In this tutorial video, you will learn how to create a Node.js runtime application that connects with the XPages NoSQL Database service. This is made possible by using the Domino Access Services (DAS) that are built into the XPages NoSQL service.

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August 10, 2015

Deploying your Meteor app to Cloud Foundry and Bluemix

Meteor is a pretty powerful and cool framework for developing modern web apps all in Javascript. It provides some really cool things as a modern UI, such as responsive code that works on a desktop and a mobile device and some really slick features with websockets with client- and server-side rendering. More...

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July 30, 2015

Getting started with XPages on Bluemix

XPages on IBM Bluemix brings the power of Domino XPages to the cloud, letting you create feature-rich, responsive, and secure applications that you can quickly bring to market on Bluemix. You can use the video tutorial to guide you through the process of creating a new XPages boilerplate application in Bluemix, making changes in Domino Designer, and finally deploying the modified application to Bluemix.

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July 23, 2015

XPages on Bluemix – What are you waiting for?

Recently released on Bluemix were three experimental additions to the Bluemix Labs catalog: the XPages runtime, XPages NoSQL Database Service and the XPages Web Starter. Check out the short video for a whistle-stop tour of what is on offer and to get a taste of why you should start developing XPages applications for Bluemix.

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July 16, 2015

Chaotic Moon Studios talks Bluemix, Watson and Love Letters

At IBM InterConnect 2015, we had the chance to sit down with Marc Boudria, Lead Solutions Engineer at Chaotic Moon Studios. Chaotic Moon delivers strategy, engineering, design and R&D work for some of the world's top brands, and they’ve recently partnered with IBM and started using Bluemix, IBM’s cloud-based development platform.

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