The organizer of the Meetup was Pablo Ricco, Sophilabs and Universidad Católica were the official sponsors of the event. As in every meetup, help from any other volunteer and sponsors is highly appreciated.
Lastly, we were delighted by a talk lead by Eduardo Veiga about NodeJS. He presented the express framework, and mongoose as the main ORM. The talk showed the pros and cons of node.js, as well as how to start a basic node.js application, the classic “hello world”. Many attendees were curious about the technology and motivated to begin to explore a new world that sounds very promising.
This meetup is going to be organized on the first Thursday every two months, so the next one will be on next 7th February. See you there!
Gilp: A node tool to implement pre-commit and other git hooks
Git has a lot of hooks for client and server side but the most used and known hook is pre-commit, where you can run some validations (like linters) and cancel a commit if something fails.
A brief introduction to the future: Web Assembly
Web Assembly is one of the most important new technologies that has come to the web environment in maybe a decade.. In a nutshell, Web Assembly lets you execute code on the browser.
Staying Active in the Community: Sophilabs at JSConf Uruguay 2016
Developers from around the world came to participate in JSConf Uruguay 2016, and we were thrilled to be a part of making it happen. In this post, we take a look at the highlights of this sold-out event.
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