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TypeScript Microservices by Parth Ghiya

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Twelve-factor application of microservices

"Good code fails when you don't have a good process and a platform to help you. Good team fails when you don't have a good culture that embraces DevOps and microservices."
- Tim Spann

The twelve-factor application is a methodology for Software as a Service (SaaS) or web applications or software deployed in the cloud. It tells us about the characteristics of the output expected from such applications. It essentially is just outlining necessities for making well-structured and scalable cloud applications:

  • Codebase: We maintain a single code base here for each microservice, with a configuration specific to their own environments, such as development, QA, and prod. Each microservice would have its own ...

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