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.
Using React to drive change at a car maker.
Featuring Richard McMenamin
Capgemini is currently using React to deliver a range of mobile, offline-first apps to a major UK car manufacturer. This talk will cover how we are transforming their supplier relationships, why we chose React over the alternatives, and how we create a reusable app architecture.fullstack fullstackcon react redux mobile offline responsive-design
From Amdahl to Zipf: the Physics of Software Projects
Featuring Dylan Beattie
It's easy to think software is magic - but it's not. Most of the time, it's not even sufficiently advanced. Like everything else in our world, the people you work with and the products they build are subject to the fundamental laws of nature. In this talk originally created by Pieter...fullstack fullstackcon amdahl zip physics universe
Keeping it fast: microservice instrumentation with Zipnish
Featuring Federico Schwindt
Every organisation that has introduced microservices knows that it is complex and fraught with performance issues. Profiling microservices in production to find out which component adds latency is a difficult task, especially if different architectures and many servers are involved.fullstack fullstackcon zipnish microservices
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
Featuring Pedro Fortuna
Workshop: Espruino (part 1)
Featuring Gordon Williams
The Bad Guys Have Your Pacemaker: How to Stop Attacks on Your IoT Devices
Featuring Ian Spiro and Sam Headrick
Gartner has estimated that 21 billion internet-connected devices will be in the hands of consumers by 2020. As the Internet of Things becomes more ubiquitous, you see “dumb” devices becoming “smart” as they call for internet connectivity as part of normal day-to-day use.fullstack iot fullstackcon security smart-devices
Have I Got Nodes For You!
Featuring Mark Rendle and Dylan Beattie
Serverless: the future of software architecture
Featuring Peter Sbarski
JSON Schema: More than just data validation
Featuring Jason Green