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Node Camp features a dynamic mix of speakers from across the enterprise open source community.
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Node Camp includes an interesting mix of presentation on best practices, recent trends and community content.
Over the past year at VICE, we went through the process of migrating all of our editorial sites into one monolithic Node application. Since the completion of this unification effort, we have been working on breaking down our large application into smaller, more consumable node modules that can be imported by other codebases within our organization. This is allowing us to have consistent styling, organization, and functionality throughout our many, many brands. I would like to talk through what this process has been like to make the components isomorphic, testable, and well-documented. I'd also like to give an overview of the transformation of the architecture of our sites over the past few years.
This session will give you a short tutorial on Node-RED, a Node.js-based programming tool for wiring together hardware devices, APIs and online services in new and interesting ways. It provides a browser-based editor that makes it easy to wire together flows using a wide range of nodes in the palette that can be deployed to its runtime in a single-click. There is a large library of contributed nodes that help solve many challenges, and anyone can contribute back new nodes or join the Node-RED project and help out!
Node.js is a community centric platform. It grew with individuals and startups into something that’s used at a massive scale today. With the io.js split and the resulting Node.js Foundation, where is that integral community now? Where is it going? And, importantly, how can you get involved?
I converted 138 Googe APIs to GraphQL via https://github.com/rlancer/gapi-to-graphql I can show the method I used can be used to convert just about any existing API to GraphQL and even automate the process
Open source modules, and especially npm, are undoubtedly awesome. However, they also represent an undeniable and massive risk. You’re introducing someone else’s code into your system, often with little or no scrutiny. The wrong package can introduce severe vulnerabilities into your application, exposing your application and your users data. The talk will use a sample application, Goof, which uses various vulnerable dependencies, which we will exploit as an attacker would. For each issue, we'll explain why it happened, show its impact, and – most importantly – see how to avoid or fix it.
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The venue for Node 2017 is Convene's midtown NYC campus (730 3rd Ave), where it will be hosted along with other Open Camps events. We'll be posting further venue details here as the event approaches, including access and check-in procedures.