Building an open Data Stream for your own Data in 30min using Node.js, VanillaJS and Ably

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Tuesday, May 14 2019
10:00 - 10:50
Room:
Albert 1/2

Heard of data streams? Of course! But do you know how they work or how to build a stream for your own data? In this talk, we’ll see the historical advancements in the data sharing economy that have led to a world of streaming. We’ll understand the DNA of data streams and build a publicly available open data stream for some example data(which could be your data) using Node.js and Ably DSX.

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