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TypeScript Microservices by Parth Ghiya

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Preface

In the last few years or so, microservices have achieved the rockstar status and are right now one of the most tangible solutions in enterprises to make quick, effective, and scalable applications. Microservices entail an architectural style and pattern in which a huge system is distributed into smaller services that are self-sufficient, autonomous, self-contained, and individually deployable.

The apparent rise of TypeScript and the long evolution from ES5 to ES6 has seen lots of big companies move to ES6 stack. TypeScript, due to its huge advantages like class and module supports, static type checking, and syntax similarity to JavaScript, has become the de facto solution for many enterprises. Node.js, due to its asynchronous, non-blocking, ...

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