Mon, 2 Mar




A basic understanding of HTML and JavaScript is expected, but previous experience of Groovy or MongoDB is not required. The workshop is not suitable for people who have no programming experience.

Set up instructions:

Tutorial: HTML5, AngularJS, Groovy, Java and MongoDB all together [Sold out]

This tutorial is sold out.

We hear it’s common to create an MVP (Minimum Viable Product) in a language that facilitates rapid prototyping, and then migrate to the JVM when the application requires better stability and performance.

However, I have demonstrated on stage in front of a live audience that it’s possible to create a web application with a Java back end in less than an hour. In this tutorial, we walk through each of the steps at a more sensible pace. Attendees will, at the end of the session, have built an application using: AngularJS; RESTful web services; Java; MongoDB; and Groovy - it’s fully buzz-word-compliant.

Attendees will understand the role of each tool and how they interact, and what they’re like to work with.

Who should attend

This workshop is aimed at Java developers who want to learn more about how to rapidly prototype applications using web front-end technologies with JVM back-end technologies. The workshop may be suitable for developers who don’t normally use Java as their primary language, but this is not an introduction to Java and familiarity with server-side development of some kind is assumed.

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