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cloudboost - Realtime JavaScript Backend.

  •    Javascript

CloudBoost also has a managed service, so you don't have to install or configure anything. You can sign up for the managed service here. You can install CloudBoost anywhere you like. We have a Docker Compose file that can help you get started with CloudBoost in few minutes and with just one command. You can use this compose file to install the service locally on your local dev machine, or you can install the service to Azure, AWS, DigitalOcean, Softlayer, Packet and more.

restbase - Distributed storage with REST API & dispatcher for backend services.

  •    Javascript

RESTBase was built to provide a low-latency & high-throughput API for Wikipedia / Wikimedia content. It is basically a storage proxy, which presents a coherent API powered by Swagger specs to the outside, and backs up many of these entry points with storage. The default table storage backend is based on Cassandra, which helps it to perform well at Wikimedia's scale without placing undue burden on operations.As a proxy, RESTBase does not perform any significant content processing itself. Instead, it requests content transformations from backend services when needed, and typically (depending on configuration) stores it back for later retrieval. For high-volume static end points, most requests will be satisfied directly from storage.

para-admin-ui - Web-based admin UI for the Para backend server

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Para was designed as a simple and modular backend framework for object persistence and retrieval. It helps you build applications faster by taking care of the backend. It works on three levels - objects are stored in a NoSQL data store or any old relational database, then automatically indexed by a search engine and finally, cached. This is the basic, open source admin console for managing your own Para backend. There's a much more advanced and feature-rich web UI at ParaIO.com - the hosted Para service.




yatrum-api - Backend Rails Api for Yatrum app

  •    Ruby

Yatrum built with ❤️ using Angular2, ngrx store, observables and reactive forms. Make sure postgres is installed and is running before you run the next command.

para-client-js - JavaScript Client for Para

  •    Javascript

Para was designed as a simple and modular backend framework for object persistence and retrieval. It helps you build applications faster by taking care of the backend. It works on three levels - objects are stored in a NoSQL data store or any old relational database, then automatically indexed by a search engine and finally, cached. This is the JavaScript client for Para.

para-search-elasticsearch - Elasticsearch plugin for Para

  •    Java

A plugin for Para which enables support for Elasticsearch using the official Java client.

krakend-ce - KrakenD Community Edition. Make your binary of KrakenD API Gateway

  •    Go

KrakenD Community Edition (or KrakenD-CE) is the binary distribution of KrakenD. For a more nice description of the features have a look in the website.


app-innovation-workshop - Hands-on workshop designed to help you learn Azure, Mobile & AI

  •    CSharp

Welcome to the Microsoft App Innovation Workshop. We've created this workshop to showcase the speed and ease at which you can leverage Microsoft's cloud platform to build data-driven intelligent apps. The workshop will give you insights and hands-on labs on how to leverage innovative scalable Cloud Backend Services for your applications. You can find a walkthrough guide for the project that outlines how you too can build and deploy your own version of the app and backend services.

graphql-microservice-starter - Nextgen backend stack using independent GraphQL services

  •    TypeScript

GraphQL, data layer abstractions and strongly typed bindings (think ORM/SDK on steroids) are amazing to work with and could pave the way for a new generation of backend stacks. This repo aims to provide clean starters, as a lot is happening in this space which might overload newcomers.