Meeting 29/11/2016: JavaScript eats the world!

On the next meeting on Tuesday 29th November 2016, kindly hosted by InterSystems Benelux at the Crowne Plaza hotel in Antwerp, we would like to focus on JavaScript application development with Caché. We welcome you to this interesting meeting. Participation to the user group and meetings is free of charge!

The goal of this meeting is to show you how you can use the latest popular JavaScript development frameworks and tools with Caché. You will get an overview of the current development landscape and see some demo’s of the same ToDo application with different frameworks/technologies. This meeting will be as interactive as possible, so please don’t hesitate to exchange your experiences with the other CUG members!


  • 18:00 Welcome with sandwiches

  • 18:30 “JavaScript eats the world”: introduction and technological overview (Ward De Backer)

  • 19:00 Possible bindings to Caché (CSP, Ajax, REST, Node.js) (Alain Houf)

  • 19:30 Demo’s of a Todo app using different approaches/frameworks:

    1. “Vanilla” JS: plain HTML, JavaScript, REST calls to Caché (Alain Houf)
    2. Sencha ExtJS: monolithic framework, REST calls to Caché using ExtJS data layer (Marc Umans)
    3. AngularJS: monolithic framework, REST calls to Caché using Angular (Danny Wijnschenk)
    4. React: view framework, Redux/ImmutableJS (state & data), EWD 3 WebSockets/Ajax calls with Node.js, CSP REST calls to Caché (Ward De Backer)
  • 21:00 Closing & socializing

We would like to ask all CUG members prior to this meeting to participate and suggest future topics you’d like to be covered. We will discuss your ideas at the end of this meeting. Thanks!

If you have questions about this meeting or suggestions for future topics, please contact the CUG.

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