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How to Use Unicode in OpenWhisk and the Globalization Pipeline Service

Posted by in Globalization, OpenWhisk

In this post I am going to help you overcome some of the issues you might encounter when trying to output Unicode from OpenWhisk actions. In a previous post I showed how to call the Globalization Pipeline service from Node Red and in this post I will show you how to call the Globalization Pipeline…


Serverless API With OpenWhisk, IBM API Connect, and Cloudant

Posted by in API Connect, Cloudant, OpenWhisk

This post is going to be based upon a previous post and video that I made that shows you how to quickly build an API with IBM API Connect, Node Red, and Cloudant. In this post we are going to actually create the same API, but instead of using Node Red for our internal API…


Create a Service Tile for an API from IBM API Connect on Bluemix

Posted by in API Connect, Bluemix

In this post I am going to show you how easy it is for you to create a Bluemix tile for an API that you created using IBM API Connect. When you create APIs with IBM API Connect the credentials and urls for accessing your services are published in the developer portal that is tied…


Using IBM API Connect and Node Red with Cloudant

Posted by in API Connect, Bluemix, Cloudant, Node Red

In this video I show you how to build an API using IBM API Connect where Node Red is use to create the internal implementation of the API. The Node Red flow then connects to a Cloudant database map reduce view.


How to Call OpenWhisk Actions from Node Red

Posted by in Bluemix, Node Red, OpenWhisk

This post is to help you get started with calling your OpenWhisk actions from Node Red on IBM Bluemix. I will explain how you can quickly invoke your action using OpenWhisk’s RESTful API from a Node Red flow using the HTTP Request Node. To get started you need to define your action using the wsk…


Calling Bluemix Services From Outside of Bluemix

Posted by in Bluemix, Globalization

In this blog post I am going to address a very common question about Bluemix services. Quite frequently I am asked if you can use Bluemix services from either an on-premise application hosting environment or from another cloud without actually hosting the application on Bluemix. The answer is yes and I will show you how…


IBM Globalization Pipeline Service on IBM Bluemix.

Posted by in Bluemix, DevOps, Globalization, Language Translation

Here is a short video that talks about the IBM Globalization Pipeline service on IBM Bluemix. In this video we show how to use the Globalization Pipeline service’s dashboard to quickly translate an application running in IBM Bluemix.


Using Globalization Pipeline from IBM DevOps Delivery Pipeline on Bluemix

Posted by in Bluemix, DevOps, Globalization

In this blog post I am going to show how to quickly translate a WebSphere Liberty application on Bluemix using the Globalization Pipeline service from within the IBM DevOps Services Delivery Pipeline. The best part about doing this is that the whole task of translating your Java property files will be completely automated for you….


Calling the Globalization Pipeline Service from Node Red on IBM Bluemix

Posted by in Bluemix, Globalization, Node Red

In this post I will show you how to quickly globalize an API in Node Red that needs to return messages in more than one language. This is really easy to do when you use the Globalization Pipeline Service on IBM Bluemix. In our example we are going to create an API that returns a…


The No Code API with Cloudant, Node Red, and IBM API Management

Posted by in Bluemix, Cloudant, IBM API Management, Node Red

This blog post is to show you how quickly you can build a secure API on IBM Bluemix usingĀ Node RedĀ and IBM API Management that lets you connect to a Cloudant database to access a view. The great part about this is that we are going to do this with almost no code. What we are…


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