Kuzzle is a ready-to-use backend solution you can host on your own infrastructure. It supports real-time data I/O and NoSQL storage with fine-grained filtering, advanced and geo-spatial searches and provides a built-in user-management system. It supports multiple communication protocols (from HTTP to WebSockets to MQTT) and it is built on top-notch technologies like Node.js, Elasticsearch, Redis and Docker.
Kuzzle is one (yes, only one) Docker command away from your server and is easily extensible thanks to a rich plugin system. Just run it and start powering your apps with JS, iOS and Android SDK (more SDK are to be soon released). Focus only on what really matters: Business Logic and User Experience.
At Kuzzle.io, we take code quality seriously. We extensively test our product with 1000+ unit and integration tests that ensure more than 90% coverage.
And, in case something doesn’t fit your needs, Kuzzle is entirely open-source and open to contributions.
Demystifying HTTP security headers
Featuring Niklas Lindblad
A wide range of security related HTTP headers are now starting to gain wider browser support, but a lot of them are not well known by developers. Using SSL is a good start for security, but you should also strive towards using the HTTP headers Strict-Transport-Security, Content-Security-Policy...fullstackcon fullstack https browser-security ssl
Lightning Talks 2
Featuring Mike Lewis, Luca Marchesini and Evgeny Poberezkin
JSON Schema: More than just data validation
Featuring Jason Green
Powering the Euros @ BBC
Featuring Ben Lambert
Ben will talk about how the team at BBC is able to support millions of concurrent users and deliver realtime updates to clients in the way of Live Pages and the football pages in BBC Sport. The Euro's have just happened (Hopefully without problems) :)fullstack fullstackcon bbc bbc-sport aws node redis push socket.io scaling
Serverless: the future of software architecture
Featuring Peter Sbarski
Featuring Peter O'Shaughnessy
Lightweight libraries with Rollup, Riot and Redux
Featuring Cristiano Betta
So you want to build a frontend library that others can embed, with a complex UI and all under 20kb? While Webpack, Browserify, React and Angular are pretty awesome they're pretty hefty as well. Follow Cristiano Betta - software engineer and developer advocate - to see how Rollup, Riot and...fullstack rollup riot redux front-end ui webpack browserify react angular es6
Lightning Talks 1
Featuring Jad Joubran, Todd Wacker and Niklas Lindblad