I talked with Yahoo architect fellow and VP Bruno Fernandez-Ruiz (@olympum) about the possibilities Node opened and Mojito exploits.
Highlights from the full video interview include:
- “The browser loses the chrome.” Web applications no longer always look like they’ve come from the Web. [Discussed at the 02:11 mark]
- Basic “Hello World” in Mojito. How do you get started? [Discussed at the 05:05 mark]
- Exposing web services through YQL. Yahoo Query Language lets you work with web services without sweating the details. [Discussed at the 07:56 mark]
- Manhattan, a closed Platform as a Service. If you want a more complete hosting option for your Mojito applications, take a look. [Discussed at the 10:29 mark]
You can view the entire conversation in the following video: