We've just covered a range of different modules and toolkits to help develop microservices. From the tiny Micro, through patterns in Seneca, to the Hydra bundle, many approaches are available.
They all target different audiences and fill different needs. I would advise you to experiment with some of them to help you make a better choice instead of just picking one.
Let's dig into some of these tools and start creating a more complete microservice. In the next chapter, we'll be making a useful microservice, covering different use cases, while we develop a fully functional and distributed microservice.