noBackend?

 noBackend?

Lighting talk on history, status and future of noBackend, given at App Builders Zurich user group.

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Gregor Martynus

October 02, 2014
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Transcript

  1. noBackend?

  2. HI! I’m Gregor. @gr2m on Twitter & GitHub Co-Creator of

    Hoodie (hood.ie) Introduced “noBackend” in May 2013
  3. noBackend? 1. Where does it come from 2. Experiences from

    1 year of noBackend 3. Outlook
  4. Where does it come from? Being tired of: 1. Repeating

    my self 2. UX being compromised by technology 3. Knowing there is a better way
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  13. “But … browser’s can’t do that” “Who cares, if it

    works?”
  14. Hoodie can do all of this* —with plugins

  15. 1 year of noBackend

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  17. Front-Trends, Warsaw, 2013

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  19. QCon, San Francisco, 2013

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  21. JSConfEU, Berlin, 2013

  22. The big 5 joined the club: —Apple (CloudKit, 2014) —MicroSoft

    (Azure Mobile Services, 2014) —Amazon (AWS-Services, 2014) —Google (Cloud Plattform, 2014) —Facebook (Parse, 2013)
  23. Hoodie’s going strong. It’s also the only open source alternative.

  24. Outlook —Services (BaaS) —Products (App Servers like Hoodie) —Workflows (Design

    Driven Aproach in Dev Teams)
  25. Shameless Plug

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  27. We build prototypes and apps in a heartbeat <3

  28. Looking to hire the best? We get your word out

    <3
  29. All the moneyz goes towards development of Hoodie. <3

  30. Thanks <3