JavaScript Applications under the banner of Cloud?  Maybe a stretch, but I’ve included a session on this topic in my cloud track at TEC 20ii.  I think JavaScript application development belongs in the world of cloud computing for two reasons.  JavaScript can offload work from the server to the client, and because you can create applications which maintain their state you can reduce the number of HTTP requests, and the size of each request.  On top of that, ubiquitous access is part of many “What is the Cloud” definitions, and the most supported language for developing mobile applications with HTML 5.

With that in mind, here are my slides from my talk on JavaScript at TEC20ii:

Cloud Programming: JavaScript Applications

If you’re following along, here are links the the source referenced in the slides:

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