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Recently had the opportunity to run through a good Node.js tutorial on IBM Bluemix.
The sample application demonstrates how to build a simple sentiment analysis app using Node.js and a couple modules. It takes a keyword, or hashtag, connects to Twitter to find matching tweets, and runs those tweets through a “sentiment analysis” module to produce a sentiment score. ou will learn how to clone project, push changes to your Git repository and quickly deploy the app to Bluemix, see the complete tutorial on IBM Bluemix
You will learn how to clone project, push changes to your Git repository and quickly deploy the app to Bluemix, see the complete tutorial on IBM Bluemix Clone, edit, and deploy an app,
Here is a link to the IBM Bluemix tutorial. The instructions had me fork the project to create an on instance and IBM DevOps services automatically added to a git repo hosted on IBM Bluemix as well as connected to an initial deployment pipeline to help me get started.
You can play with an instance of the application running at http://simplesentimentanalysis.mybluemix.net/
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