LIXI Conversation Series – 20 March 2018, Melbourne

Tools to create a LIXI API in under 30 Minutes & A discussion of GraphQL

A demonstration on how you can quickly build and deploy a LIXI based API for point to point transactions in under 30 minutes using modern, scalable, secure, cloud technologies and frameworks.

There will also be a short overview of GraphQL, sometimes touted as the next evolution of REST APIs, to generate some discussion on how it may simplify some LIXI messaging transactions in the future.

3:00 pm Event Open / Drinks on Arrival

3:15 pm Welcome & Presentation

4:00 pm Drinks & Nibbles

5:00 pm Event Conclusion

This session will clearly appeal to developers and architects, but will be kept high-level enough for those that don’t need to understand how to do it, but would like a better understanding of what is involved in developing such an API.

This event is open for any employees of LIXI Member organisations. A limited number of places may be available to non-members, so please contact us if you are interested.

Booking Instructions

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Date/Time Date(s) - 20/03/2018
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Location Melbourne - VCSO, Level 35, 600 Bourke St


NOTE: This is a Members-only event. Members must login to book a ticket.


Tools to create a LIXI API in under 30 Minutes & A discussion of GraphQL

A demonstration on how you can quickly build and deploy a LIXI based API for point to point transactions in under 30 minutes using modern, scalable, secure, cloud technologies and frameworks.

There will also be a short overview of GraphQL, sometimes touted as the next evolution of REST APIs, to generate some discussion on how it may simplify some LIXI messaging transactions in the future.

3:00 pm Event Open / Drinks on Arrival

3:15 pm Welcome & Presentation

4:00 pm Drinks & Nibbles

5:00 pm Event Conclusion

This session will clearly appeal to developers and architects, but will be kept high-level enough for those that don’t need to understand how to do it, but would like a better understanding of what is involved in developing such an API.

This event is open for any employees of LIXI Member organisations. A limited number of places may be available to non-members, so please contact us if you are interested.