Marek Sadowski and Maya Reyes from the IBM San Francisco City Team hosted a 4-part webinar series on Containers. They covered Containers, Docker, Kubernetes and Istio. The sessions are short, about 30-minutes. Check out the recordings below.
- Introduction to Containers
- Introduction to Docker
- Introduction to Kubernetes
- Introduction to Istio
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The San Francisco Developer Advocacy team hosted another great Lunch & Learn event. The topic was Kubernetes. The session covered what is Kubernetes, how it works and what are its benefits? The session was lead by Andy Shi and Anthony Amase. Here is what the session covered and then jump to the session video recording.
- Problems that need to be solved in the micro-services world and how does K8s solve them?
- Benefits K8s brings to DevOps
- Concepts and terminologies in K8s
- A demo showcasing the features and benefits of K8s on the IBM Cloud platform
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The San Francisco team hosted What is Machine Learning for the Enterprise Lunch-and-Learn event. This event was an absolute beginner’s guide to machine learning for the enterprise. Kanishk Priyadarshi, Head of Engineering and Innovation at IBM, covered strategic and design-thinking inspired conversation for beginners to explore and apply machine learning at your enterprise! In case you missed it, you can watch the video below. If you want to learn about Watson AI, Containers, Blockchain, Serverless, APIs and other topics, please check out our upcoming developer workshops.
If you missed the event, you can watch the live-streamed version below.
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In September we hosted another successful Lunch and Learn event. This time we covered Containers 101 (Microservices) and of course we served a delicious lunch. If you are in San Francisco, definitely consider coming to our next free event.
Here is what Andy Shi and Anthony Amanse, our in-house Containers experts covered:
If you missed the event or simply would like to watch the recoding, check it out below.
Geolocation is one of the most widely used APIs in mobile apps today. From weather to Uber and Lyft, the device location is crucial information and many APIs use it to determine what services and products are available in a given location. When building a mobile app in Appery.io, using the Geolocation API is simple. Apache Cordova library is built-in in every new Appery.io app. Invoking Geolocation will return the latitude, longitude (and other) information which can then be passed to any REST API. The following two short videos show how to use and invoke Geolocation in an Ionic and jQuery Mobile apps:
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This video provides a high-level overview of the Appery.io Platform. Using one-slide, the video goes over the major platform features and benefits. Whether you are new or an existing Appery.io user, this is a great video to get an overview how to build apps on the platform.
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This video shows how to build and test a complete Ionic app with an API backend. The tutorial starts by showing how to create an app backend with API Express by connecting to an external REST API. Then, the tutorial shows how to build an Ionic app and import the backend service into the app. The tutorial also shows how to make a small change to the generated code. The tutorial then shows how to test the app in the browser and also on a device using the Appery.io Tester app. Lastly, the tutorial shows where to build a binary file for iOS or Android for submission to an app store.
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This video shows how to use the SQL and Script components to build a Login service. The SQL component runs a custom SQL query to check if a user exists in a database. The Script component adds custom logic to check what the SQL component returned and defines the response (user found or user not found).
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This short video shows how to build an Ionic app that connects to an RSS feed. You can click on a link and navigate to the article. RSS feed used in this tutorial: http://feeds.gawker.com/lifehacker/full.
There are many more videos on the Appery.io YouTube channel to help you build mobile apps fast.