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12-Factor Application development methodology

Why 12-Factory methodology matters to your Microservice development?

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The 12-Factor application development methodology and why is it important for your microservices strategy

When to use Firebase Cloud functions?

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Recently I got a question from one of the Indie makers that, when to use Firebase Cloud Functions? This question triggered me to go deeper to understand the whole...

Jakarta Tech Talk: Build Microservice using Microprofile + Helidon

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Recently I gave a presentation on Jakarta Tech Talk series on 'Building a Microservice using Microprofile + Helidon. Enjoy watching the presentation if you were not able to attend on that day.

Serverless REST APIs made simple with Cloud functions

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Introduction Serverless is one of the top keyword in the integration space right now. Everyone is talking about the serverless just to make sure that they are already in...

How to get started with Google cloud functions?

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The 'Cloud Functions' is a Google technology bundled as part of the Firebase platform. It is a serverless backend to support our app development. Functions can be triggered by events that are...

Why Firebase is a great technology for ‘Indie Makers’ in 2020

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Firebase is a technology developed by Google. In this article, I am going to explore why Firebase is a great technology for 'Indie Makers' in 2020 What is Firebase?

Helidon: 2x productivity with Microprofile REST Client

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We have already many articles before on how to write Microservice using the Helidon framework. We are going to further enhance our code with Microprofile REST Client to increase 2x productivity.

Helidon: Custom exception with Exception Mapper

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Having a custom exception is a standard programming practice. Instead of having various exceptions (Native), wrapping those exceptions with our well-defined custom business exceptions offers full control over our exception handling practices....

Helidon: Startup and Shutdown hook

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When you build a real-time microservice application, you may need a listener for startup and shutdown events. This might be very simple and straight forward when we implement our application using Servlet...