On March 18th, 2015 I hosted the Backbone.js Hackers meetup in San Francisco, CA at Remind.
Thanks Avenue Code for sponsoring the food and drinks and Brenda Campbell from Remind for arranging the venue!
On this meetup we had 2 talks:
Check out the list of commits showed in upgrading the TodoMVC/RequireJS app to use Webpack.
2) Max Neunhöffer - Extensible database APIs and their role in software architecture
These days, more and more software applications are designed using a micro services architecture, that is, as suites of independently deployable services, talking to each other with well-defined interfaces. This approach is helped by the fact that many NoSQL databases expose their API through HTTP, which makes it particularly easy to define the interfaces.
In this talk I will explain the benefits of this approach to the
Check out Backbone using Extensible Database APIs over HTTP + Webpack for the win!.
You can also watch the videos for slides and speakers.