On February 27th and 28th, Kuzzle went to meet the international mobility players at the very famous Mobile World Congress held again this year in Barcelona. In the program: devices; connected objects from keys to vehicles; drones; solutions using innovative applications; collection and processing of data (customers, environmental, economic ...); payment solutions ...
After CES Las Vegas last January and Developer Week San Francisco this month, Kuzzle embarks on a series of high visibility events all over the world on topics such as New Application Development concepts, IoT, mobile, data security Progressive Web Apps etc....
Scheduled events for the first half of this year will take us to Barcelona, London, Austin, Paris & New York.
This year, Kuzzle has taken part in the first in-house competition of innovative projects within Kaliop Group: the Koding Challenge. It was meant to test Kuzzle’s Beta version in the real world and to train developers to its use. A really interesting experience crowned with success.
Today, Kuzzle has gained Swagger support. Swagger is a powerful way to describe an API. It allows to take advantage of many tools. It also pushes Kuzzle’s API to the next level.
In this article, you’re going to get an overview of what is cool in Swagger and how we decided to implement it into Kuzzle.
MIX-IT is an annual conference mixing -as its name implies- technical leading subjects and agility. MIX-IT was welcoming on April 21st and 22nd 2016 more than 600 participants in Lyon, in France. This year MIX-It’s organizers have invited Emilie Esposito -our Product Owner- to talk about agility. She cheerfully agreed to share Kuzzle feedback. In this article she tells you what she vividly remember from this conference.
One Kuzzle advantage is that you can plug different client applicationsand make them work with the same set of data. Kuzzle embeds services for some main devices and protocols to make development easier for: mobile, web, IoT etc… Our Cabble demo application shows you how it works.
Testing is a very important part of product development and it can quickly become overwhelming. At Kuzzle we use Travis as a continuous integration tool. Travis is a free service that can be linked to any GitHub repository, automatically running some tests on a commit to validate the testing process. It can sometimes be hard to configure especially in an Android context where you need an emulator to run an instrumentation test. Here is our experience so far with Android and Travis integration.
Here we are: Kuzzle is in BETA version!
We have been developing Kuzzle for a year and this new version is a great moment for us: “its real life test”. We’re on the right track for our first stable release!
In this article we talk about new features and we give you all the elements to discover, test and use Kuzzle.
With 740+ unit tests and 130+ functional test scenarios (still counting), we strive to thoroughly test our product and ensure a high level of quality thanks to many efforts and ressources. This article explains how we test Kuzzle and, while we aim to go as high as possible, why we do not plan to boast about 100% code coverage yet.
Several database management systems exist (db-engines listed 216). More and more NoSQL solutions are being created. They strive to meet the needs that relational databases can’t solve. In this article, we will introduce quickly but not exhaustively, some solutions like MongoDB, Elasticsearch, OrientDB, Hadoop and Cassandra.