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Basic Node.js and Backbone.js application III. Cloud Foundry, Heroku and AWS


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In the previous post, Basic Node.js and Backbone.js application I and Basic Node.js and Backbone.js application II, about how to build an easy Node.js and Backbone.js application we discuss about which technologies we were going to use and after that we built a simple web application along with some REST API such as Twitter and the Yahoo Geoplanet API.

In this third post we speak about how to deploy our recent Backbone.js application to the cloud. I decided to use third of the most used PaaS (Platform as a Service) nowadays: Heroku, Cloud Foundry and AWS. Yes, I know that AWSis considered for many people an IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service).

I was also interested in giving a try to nodejitsu a specific platform to Node.js environment that belongs to Joyent. Unfortunately, they are currently in Beta   and it seems imposible to get a invitation in the last couple of weeks. I’d like to upload the application to Windows Azure that is growing fast lately. I might update this post as long as I deploy the application to other PaaS. Meanwhile, we’re going to deploy to the three platform already commented.

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Publicado por en 16 abril, 2012 en Cloud Computing, web

 

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Basic Node.js and Backbone.js application II


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In the previous post I defined the frameworks and libraries that I’m going to use in order to build a simple web application with Node.js and Backbone.js. This application will have a text field where we’ll introduce a word and we get back the lastest tweets regarding with that word. Besides that, it’ll show the places in the world where that tweets were sent. But first, take a look at application’s home page.

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Publicado por en 15 abril, 2012 en web

 

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Basic Node.js and Backbone.js application I


This is the first post of a serie where I gonna explain how to build a simple application based in Node.js and Backbone.js. The idea behind this post is trying to use as many technologies as we can to build a web application. In the last year there are some Javascript frameworks and libraries that are getting a lot of popularity in web development. In this first post we are going to enumerate which technologies we are going to use, REST API and the environments where we are going to deploy all. I’ll also give a brief about the project itself. So let’s go.

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Publicado por en 14 abril, 2012 en web

 

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FeedHenry on VMware’s Cloud Foundry : mobile app development in the Cloud


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This post is going to give a little introduction to FeedHenry. As you can read on its webpage, FeedHenry:

Build powerful cloud powered apps with FeedHenry. Write in HTML5 and JavaScript. Deploy to your Cloud Foundry, and have a cloud scalable app on 5 platforms instantly!

This means that you can develop you own mobile app, upload your backend to Cloud Foundry and create an Android or iOS client to install into your device to connect. And you can do this just with HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, Github and a Cloud Foundry account.

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Publicado por en 25 marzo, 2012 en Mobile

 

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Getting started with CloudBees, another Paas


CloudBees logoIn this post, I’m going to talk about CloudBeesCloudBees is a PaaS (Platform as a Service) that allows us to deploy our applications in the cloud. CloudBees is one of some platforms that is now available in the market to deploy and scale our applications. In this sense it may be seen similar to VMWare Cloud Foundry or Heroku, but it gives us some extra features that one can find really interesting.

Go to Java4Developers.com to know more or continue reading …

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Publicado por en 7 enero, 2012 en Cloud Computing

 

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