Implementing Frontend Microservices with ASP.NET Core

Chapter 14, Implementing Microservices with .NET, described general techniques for implementing microservices in .NET but focused mainly on worker microservices, that is, on microservices that perform background jobs without communicating with anything outside of the application.

Microservices that communicate with the world outside of the application bring with them other problems and need further techniques.

More specifically, microservices that communicate with a human user must implement a presentation layer, while microservices that expose APIs must conform with well-established standards and should preferably have documentation. Moreover, web APIs that target single-page applications ...

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