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Highly-extensible, open-source Node.js framework ideal for APIs.
Developer-focused, extensible Node.js gateway framework.

Vendor-neutral, open, portable API description based on the Swagger specification.

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Featured: How To Use Materialized Views with LoopBack Cassandra Connector

by Tetsuo Seto Jun 22, 2017

In this blog, I’ll walk you through the steps and corresponding source code blocks to help make your LoopBack app interact with Cassandra Materialized Views.

How To Use Materialized Views with LoopBack Cassandra Connector

Install the Cassandra connector from:

npm

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