Month: November 2020

Using API Gateways is a common design pattern with microservice architectures. API Gateways allow you to abstract the underlying implementation of the microservices. Microservices based systems typically have a large number of independent services. One challenge in such systems is how external clients interact with the services. If external clients interact directly with each microservices, […]Continue reading

Java 14 introduces a new feature called Records. In Java, Record is a special type of Java class. It is intended to hold pure immutable data in it. The syntax of a record is concise and short as compared to a normal class In this post, I will explain why do we need Java records and […]Continue reading

A Spring Boot RESTful service is typically divided into three layers:  Repository, Service, and Controller. This layering helps to segregate the RESTful application responsibilities and enabling loose coupling between the objects. When you develop a layered RESTful application, you will also need to test the different layers. In this post, I will discuss testing Spring […]Continue reading

RabbitMQ is a common messaging broker which allows applications to connect and communicate. It’s common for services in microservices-based systems to communicate asynchronously through messaging. In order to create such a message-based system, you need a message broker, aka messaging server. A message broker can support several messaging patterns. Typically, a message sender sends a […]Continue reading