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Node.js: Building Your First App With Expressjs
and
Intro to Rails
Aaron Bartell, Krengeltech


Tuesday April 21st 2015

Aaron Bartel

IBM
10 N Martingale Rd
Schaumburg, IL 60173
Schaumburg IL

4:00 Registration
4:30 Session 1 Node.js and Expressjs
6:00 Dinner with IBM Linux on Power presentation & demo
7:00 Session 2 Intro to Rails

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Node.js: Building Your First App With Expressjs

Node.js is a hot topic in IBM i circles because of its recent port. Doing a "Hello World" app in Node.js is very simple, but what about developing something more substantial with full model-view-controller capabilities? This session aims to take you beyond your first pass at Node.js and show how to use Expressjs, one of the most popular Node.js web frameworks.

In this session we will learn about the following:
     - Installing ExpressJs with npm (Node Package Manager)
     - Model: DB2 for i access
     - View: Template Engines and how to use them
     - Controller: Routing requests
     - Implement web sockets to make the app insanely interactive

Intro to Rails

“Rails is an open-source web framework written in the Ruby language that's optimized for programmer happiness and sustainable productivity. It lets you write beautiful code by favoring convention over configuration.” -- rubyonrails.org/

Are all these statements true? That’s what we aim to find out by walking through the creation of a small application from start to finish and calling out the various features of the Rails framework and how useful they are.

Not sold yet? Check out what James Duncan Davidson had to say about Rails - somebody that wasn’t necessarily inclined to be a Kool-Aid drinker because of being entrenched in the Java world.

“Rails is the most well thought-out web development framework I’ve ever used. And that’s in a decade of doing web applications for a living. I’ve built my own frameworks, helped develop the Servlet API and have created more than a few web servers from scratch. Nobody has done it like this before.” – James Duncan Davidson, Creator of Apache Tomcat and Ant

Aaron Bartell, Krengeltech

Aaron Bartell is Director of IBM i Innovation for Krengel Technology, Inc. Aaron facilitates adoption of open source technologies on IBM i through professional services, staff training, speaking engagements, and the authoring of best practices within industry publications and litmis.com. With a strong background in RPG application development, Aaron covers topics which enable IBM i shops to embrace today’s leading technologies including Ruby on Rails, Node.js, Git for RPG source change management and RSpec for unit testing RPG. Aaron is a passionate advocate of vibrant technology communities and the corresponding benefits available for today’s modern application developers. Connect with Aaron via email at abartell@krengeltech.com.

Aaron lives with his wife and five children in Southern Minnesota. He enjoys the vast amounts of laughter having a young family brings, along with camping and music. He believes there's no greater purpose than to give of our life and time to help others.

 
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Beef Tenderloin, Shrimp and Broccoli, Pizza, and Salad - Provided by IBM

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