When: 27 September 2018, 09:30 - 12:30
Where: Hartree Centre, Sci-Tech Daresbury, Cheshire, UK
Best for: Anyone looking to develop apps for web and mobile with little or no coding experience.
Enter IBM Cloud and Node-RED.
Node-RED is an open-source graphical development tool that helps you rapidly create applications by wiring together functions written by the developers of the tool and the wider Node-RED community - with very little and sometimes no coding required! You can install it on your own laptop and on devices such as a Raspberry Pi, as well as running it from the IBM Cloud.
And as it runs in the IBM Cloud, you get access to a huge number of ready-built capabilities you can use in your Node-RED applications, including IBM Watson artificial intelligence, Twitter, Weather Company data, email, SMS and mapping services, as well as a number of different databases and file storage systems such as Box or Dropbox.
This tutorial will take you through creating your own personal Node-RED development environment, and walk you through creating your first applications, including:
- a basic Language Translation app
- an application that uses IBM Watson to analyse language and sentiment from web pages
- an app that automatically translates selected personal tweets to a different language
- an earthquake geospatial-mapping application
And all this without writing a single line of code!
Gary Wilson, CTO and Technical Leader for IBM's Commercial Business Unit (UK & Ireland) and colleagues will take attendees through a step by step tutorial to get people familiar with the technology and help them develop their first applications.
Arrivals at 09.15 for a prompt 09.30 start.
Please register by email to: email@example.com
Places are limited. If interest exceeds capacity we will look to run additional sessions, so please let us know if you would like to be kept updated about future events if you are unable to attend this date.
This workshop is funded by the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) Bridging for Innovators programme.