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TypeScript Microservices by Parth Ghiya

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Primer to Node.js

Node.js has evolved over the years and has now become the go-to technology for anyone who wants to embrace microservices. Node.js was created to solve the massive I/O scaling problem, which when applied to our microservice design will result in a match made in heaven. The package manager for Node.js has more modules than Maven, RubyGems, and NuGet, which can be used directly and save lots of productive hours. Characteristics such as an asynchronous nature, event-driven I/O, and non-blocking mode make it one of the best solutions for creating high-end, efficient performance, real-time applications. When applied to microservices, it will be able to handle an extreme amount of load with low response times and low infrastructure. ...

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