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Building Robust APIs and Apps with Spring Boot and PWAs

5:30-6:00: Networking and Food Food, Soda, Beer and Networking.

6:00-6:15: Announcements

6:15-7:45: Building Robust APIs and Apps with Spring Boot and PWAs with Josh Long and Matt Raible

In this session, you’ll learn how to build microservices with Spring, deploy them to the cloud and expose their functionality with an progressive web application that can run offline. You’ll learn how to “build to fail” and create a quality, resilient application. Live coding will show how to use: Spring Boot, Spring Cloud, Spring Security, Cloud Foundry, IntelliJ IDEA, Angular 2, JWT, Stormpath, and Progressive Web Apps.

About Josh Long

Josh Long is the Spring developer advocate at Pivotal. Josh is the lead author on four books and instructor in one of Safari's best-selling video series, all on Spring. Josh likes solutions that push the boundaries of the technologies that enable them. His interests include cloud-computing, business-process management, big-data and high availability, mobile computing and smart systems. He blogs on spring.io, on his personal blog, and on Twitter (@starbuxman).

About Matt Raible

Matt Raible is a web developer and Java Champion. He loves to architect and build slick-looking UIs using CSS and JavaScript. When he's not evangelizing Stormpath and open source, he likes to ski with his family, drive his VWs and enjoy craft beer. He blogs on stormpath.com, his personal blog, and on Twitter (@mraible).

7:45: Door prizes:

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  • Shaun P.

    Great meetup discussion last night! I was the guy who stood up and said we are hiring. Here's some further information on that.

    We are currently looking for mid-tier to highly experienced developers. Our stack is Java on the back end and Angular or React on the front end. We are going to be tackling some really big architecture challenges in 2017, and are building an entire new team to help with that and to build on our current platform. We have a media management, automation engine, and asset delivery platform we call Reach Engine. We work with enterprise media companies like the BBC, Disney ABC, NHL, Warner Brothers, and Sundance. Fun company that is solving big problems in the media space.

    If you are interested in what we have to offer, please feel free to reach out. https://www.reachengine.com/

    Thank you,
    Shaun Parris
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    December 15

  • Matt R.

    Thanks to everyone who joined us last night! I uploaded our presentation to SlideShare http://www.slideshare.net/mraible/cloud-native-progressive-web-applications-denver-jug-2016

    1 · December 15

  • Melissa M.

    Excellent talk! I learned a lot and left with several things to discuss with others. Thank you for your willingness and your passion to teach!

    3 · December 15

  • Tom F.

    Josh and Matt met the challenge of entirely coding both a Spring microservice and an Angular client with finesses. They provide great insights into both Spring and Angular with an emphasis on getting up and running quickly.

    2 · December 15

  • Matt R.

    Hello everyone! We're trying to figure out the best location for the after party at this month's meetup. The weather forecast is cold (20% chance of snow, high of 32F and low of 17F). For those riding the light rail, McLoughlin's is probably better since you'll need to walk that way anyway. It's about a 15 minute walk from Pivotal.

    On the other hand, if you're driving and parking, Ale House at Amato's is a 5 minute walk. For these that plan on having some snacks and drinks after, would you prefer McLoughlin's or Ale House?

    Thanks!

    December 12

    • Steve W.

      I vote Ale House

      1 · December 13

    • Mark C.

      Ale's well that ends well

      December 13

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