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    Serverside Javascript - Hope and Opportunity (Introducing Starbucks JS Web Framework) Serverside Javascript - Hope and Opportunity (Introducing Starbucks JS Web Framework) Presentation Transcript

    • Serverside Javascript Hope & Opportunity duc ing Intro CK S A Future SSJS R BU Web Development S TA Framework Mário Valente – Codebits 2008
    • http://softwareas.com/ server-side-javascript-hope-and-opportunity “The real gap is in server-side frameworks and hosting. There’s no “killer app” Javascript server, a la what Rails did to Ruby.” “If they can come up with a solid virtualisation environment for Javascript, they may be on to a big winner. They could be the BEA or JBoss of 2015”
    • Agenda ● WTF (15 min) ● RTFM (15 min) ● ZOMG (15 min) ● FAIL/FTW (15 min)
    • WTF ● Architecture ● Design Patterns ● Models ● 3-tier ● MVC ● Separation of concerns ● KISS/DRY
    • WTF?!
    • WTF?!
    • WTF?!
    • WTF?!
    • WTF...?
    • RTFM “Javascript will save us all” ● JS on the client ● JS on the server ● JS on the DB ● Functional goodness ● JSON all the way down ● REST all the way down
    • RTFM Javascript on the server ● Pure(SpiderMonkey,V8,Squirrelfish) ● Rhino/JVM (Jaxer, AppJet, 10gen) Javascript on the DB ● CouchDB (JS views) ● Other OO/XML/doc oriented DBs
    • RTFM Pure (Spidermonkey) ● jslibs ● jsext ● jsdb ● No standards! ● Killer app/Rails ●Opportunity/JBoss2015
    • RTFM Javascript on the server
    • ZOMG! Server side Javascript Web Framework ● Standard API (file I/O,etc) ● JS based JSON doc DB ● JS appserver ● Pure HTML templating
    • JS W Z T F O ?! M G ! JS/JSON/REST all the way down!!
    • Intr odu ZOMG! ST AR cin g A Future JS Web Framework BU CK S BRANCA (HTML templating) CIMBALINO (API/web/appserver) BICA (JSON storage)
    • FIM FAIL/FTW ? mfvalente@gmail.com