The tech-world is going gaga over the microservice architecture. Here's why.
Microservices means breaking large software products into standalone, independent applications. It offers multiple benefits to the developers and the end-users. The microservice architecture allows different development teams to collaborate on a project, design multiple small applications in different languages, and thereby bring technological flexibility. On the other hand, it empowers the client to order a highly customized and scalable application in almost half the time and cost as compared to applications made on monolithic architecture.
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Creating an API with GraphQL, SpringBoot, and MySQL Database.
Our senior application developer Ramgopal tried his hands with GraphQL and recorded his experience in a blog to help you. The guide includes step-by-step instructions for creating an API using an advanced level query language in a few minutes. Click here to get started.
Nine principles to live by as a software developer.
Coding is not an easy task, especially when the present-day requirements are dynamic and complex than ever. Meet Aniket, a technical business analyst at Sarvika Technologies who, based on his experiences of working alongside various development teams, has prepared a list of nine principles that every software developer should live by. Read here.