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Node.js Interactive: streamlining development, real-time applications, managing node.js applications and more.

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It is always exciting to hear, share and talk about Node.js, the Node.js community, the Node.js Foundation when it comes to develop collaboration and better understand what’s next for Node.js.
The Node.js Foundation announced Node.js Interactivehappening from December 8-9, 2015 in Portland, OR. 
Connectikpeople.co encourages this new initiative that will cover everything from streamlining development of fast websites and real-time applications to tips for managing node.js applications; node.js in your business with tracks that focus on IoT, front-end and back-end technologies.

Clustering, monitoring and optimizing Node apps.

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Since 2011, StrongLoop deeply charts its way when it comes to streamline experiences within and around Node.js.
For those who are unfamiliar, Connectikpeople.co recalls that, the primary use case for Node.js is creating APIs that mobile applications connect to in order to retrieve backend information. 
More and more developers creating APIs foster StrongLoop that offers LoopBack, an API framework with built in mobile services like push and geopoint that can be accessed via iOS, Android & JavaScript SDKs. StrongLoop runs on all major operating systems and multiple cloud platforms.
Loopback supports connectivity to a variety of data sources including Oracle, SQL Server, MongoDB and MySQL.
StrongOps is always welcome as DevOps tooling for clustering, monitoring and optimizing Node apps. Feel free to submit your  technology or solution for a global fit and hit.

The complexity of moving data between devices, device to server and server to server.

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One of the biggest technical challenges that developers face in our data-driven age is exposing APIs to connect to legacy datasources and giving developers an easy way to deliver offline sync in their apps; easily synchronize to and from various databases.
With replication and offline sync henceforth baked into the LoopBackAPI framework, developers can get both benefits from the same toolset.
They can easily synchronize to and from various databases without requiring constant network connectivity. Handle the complexity of moving data between devices, device to server and server to server. Replicate data between disparate databases, like Oracle, SQL Server, MongoDB and MySQL, whether they are in cloud or in the datacenter.
Feel free to submit your  technology or solution for a global fit and hit.