The IBM SDK for Node.js - z/OS open beta provides support for the Node.js framework to z/OS clients. The beta provides the latest security enhancements and plug-and-play npm community packages that come with the Node.js Version 8 community release.

The Node.js framework extends the JavaScript programming language with a set of useful server-side APIs to provide a programming platform that allows efficient development of real-time, scalable server-side network applications. Learn more about IBM SDK for Node.js - z/OS on our product page.

Why Join a Beta?

    The client benefits of a successful beta include:
  • The opportunity to influence the product and future product directions.
  • The ability to test code and documentation and ensure compatibility in your environment.
  • Support for your questions and problems during the beta from the development team.
  • Competitive advantage by having early access to the latest technology.

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