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What do CORBA http://www.corba.org/, SOAP https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SOAP and gRPC https://grpc.io/ have in common? A lot actually, even though they all three made an impact in different decades (1990's, 2000's, 2010's), were initiated by three different organisations (OMG, Microsoft, Google), and purported to be much better than any previous or existing solution. In fact, when each of these technologies was released,…
MEAN For those who don't know, MEAN https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MEAN_(software_bundle) is an acronym for MongoDB https://www.mongodb.com/, Express https://expressjs.com/, Angular https://angularjs.org/ and Node https://nodejs.org/. It is a standard stack in the same vein as LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP). What's in this article The goal is to take a basic MEAN application generated by Yeoman, package it as a container using Docker https://www.docker.…
Using RESTful web services to implement a distributed system is an idea that has been known for many years now — Roy Fielding's thesis on the matter was published in 2000 — but these last years has gradually gained popularity and is now almost indespensable. I say this because ASP.NET Web API has entirely replaced WCF, and Microsoft have long played the role of broom wagon in the internet technology race. As with any new trend, a question that often comes up is "Are we doing it right?".…
Why it's the right time for .Net developers to embrace Jenkins and Docker The Agile movement in software has created a market for various different tools, each automating a specific part of the development process. For instance, the call to continuous integration (CI) has given rise to the likes of Hudson/Jenkins and Maven that allow you to concentrate on the task at hand while getting precious feedback within seconds. The .…

 

 

 

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