Reading Time: < 1 minute This is an example project of how to use Spring WebSocket integrated with Message Broker Active MQ to deal with the scenario where you scale out your Microservice and keep the WebSocket communication working between different Clients connected to your backend service. Github: https://github.com/educostadev/spring-websocket-message-brokerRead more
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3 tools to make the commits in your repository more professionalPosted on — Leave a comment
Reading Time: 7 minutes Show professionalism and maturity through your repositories applying good practices to write commit messages A management version repository that has an organized history of changes and good commit messages shows maturity and professionalism. This organization begins writing commit messages that make clear the intention behind the change made and also has a guideline followed by […]Read more
Integration test with TestContainerPosted on — Leave a comment
Reading Time: 4 minutes Test the integration layer of your java application with a real Postgres instance using the TestContainer library Creating efficient integration tests is a common challenge when building microservices. Ensure the environment equality among the development and the production environment can be a pain. Mainly when the tools and services require too much hand configuration. When this happens, we […]Read more