Wakanda: a new end-to-end JavaScript platform (SquirrelFish), with remote JS debugging, JS/REST database

A session at JSConf EU 2009

Sunday 8th November, 2009

4:15pm to 5:00pm (CET)

Wakanda is an exciting project including a server, a studio, and some useful Web tools. It helps you creating web apps that integrate nicely with a backend and a native REST and JavaScript database. It makes REST and Entity Model, a very intuitive way to build applications. We'll see a quick but detailed rundown about its architecture: its database engine, SquirrelFish, a data provider, Ajax framework adapters (YUI, ExtJS, jQuery, ...), and a full development environment. I'll expose part of its client and server-side APIs (JSON-RPC, data services), and some innovating features like JavaScript remote debugging, or unit testing on JavaScript and HTTP using Wakanda Studio and Firefox extensions.

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Jean-Michel Biraghi

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Alexandre Morgaut

Former W3C member. Wiztivi Web Architect. Organized JS.everywhere(). Launched NantesJS. Loves NoSQL SSJS REST Ergonomics Accessibility Security GreenIT

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JSConf EU 2009

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7th8th November 2009

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Time 4:15pm5:00pm CET

Date Sun 8th November 2009

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