Build an end-to-end application with LoopBack, Cloudant, and React.js

In this tutorial, learn how to build an end-to-end React.js application that serves as a dashboard to display sales data that is stored in a Cloudant database. See how to use LoopBack 4 to expose REST APIs to connect to the Cloudant database so that the frontend dashboard can call the APIs.
Overview
The are two main parts of this tutorial:

Part 1: Create the APIs connected to Cloudant using LoopBack: See how to create a LoopBack application lb4-sales-analytics that connects to a Cloudant database.
Part 2: Create the React application that calls the REST APIs created in Part 1: Learn how to build a dashboard application, lb4-sales-react-app, using React.js.
Prerequisites
To complete the steps in this tutorial, you need to:
Install Node.js 8.9+ and LoopBack 4 CLI.
Review LoopBack’s set of command line interfaces that help you create the LoopBack artifacts more easily.
Get the code for part 1 and part 2 so you can follow the examples


Original URL: https://developer.ibm.com/tutorials/end-to-end-nodejs-application-with-loopback-4-cloudant-and-angular/

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Adobe is bringing Illustrator to the iPad in 2020

Adobe will be bringing another of its desktop-class imaging and graphics apps to the iPad: Illustrator, which is set for a launch win 2020, the company announced today at its annual MAX conference. Last year, Adobe announced a similar plan to deliver Photoshop for iPad, and that app launched on the App Store early on Monday.
Illustrator for iPad is still in “early” development, the company said, so we don’t know exactly what it’ll look like relative to the desktop version. But it will focus on making the most of touch and Apple Pencil-based input, which are uniquely available to the iPad. As with Photoshop, documents created on one platform will be available in full fidelity to edit on any others via Creative Cloud storage.
The app will be available in a limited private beta beginning immediately, but the group of those with access will remain very tight until Adobe has managed


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Microsoft Launches Chromium Edge Release Candidate, Brings Intranet Search To Phones

Microsoft today announced that its new Edge browser based on Google’s Chromium open source project has hit release candidate status. From a report: Additionally, the company shared that Chromium Edge will hit general availability in more than 90 languages on January 15, 2020. Microsoft also detailed some new features around Microsoft Search in Bing. While the two announcements might seem disjointed at first, Microsoft is trying to position Edge and Bing as “the browser and search engine for business.” […] Now that Chromium Edge is at the release candidate stage, Microsoft is sharing a little more about how it plans to differentiate the new browser from the many other Chromium-based options. As with its decision to build its own Android phone, Microsoft is tapping Google to give business users unique features on popular consumer platforms.

Whether it’s hardware or software, Microsoft is obsessed with selling productivity. So that’s what Chromium


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