Wakanda: NoSQL for Modeldriven Web Applications

A session at NoSQL matters 2012

Tuesday 29th May, 2012

4:00pm to 4:45pm (CET)

Developing a business web application is still a long process in 2012. Model-Driven Development is at the heart of:

  • Requirements design for the contractor and the product manager
  • Productivity for the developer
  • Consistency and security for the end-user
  • Evolution toward future applications

The Wakanda platform – with its NoSQL object datastore - intends to let you create such model-driven applications. The presentation will explain and show how to create the application model, with its business and security rules, coded once, then made available everywhere without being “bypassable”. You will see enhancements to the maintenance and debug process, as everything is centralized in the model on the server-side (while maintaining potential pre-validation on the client to decrease the load on the server).

To add even more consistency, the same language is used everywhere: JavaScript.

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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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Time 4:00pm4:45pm CET

Date Tue 29th May 2012



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