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TypeScript Microservices by Parth Ghiya

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Testing, Debugging, and Documenting

So far, we've written some microservice implementations (Chapter 4, Beginning Your Microservice Journey); set up a single point of contact, API Gateway (Chapter 5, Understanding API Gateway); added a registry where each service can log their status (Chapter 6, Service Registry and Discovery); set up collaboration between microservices (Chapter 7, Service State and Interservice Communication); and written some implementations of them. The implementations seem fine from a developer's point of view, but these days nothing is accepted without testing. This is the age of behavior-driven development and test-driven development. As we write more and more microservices, developing systems without automated test ...

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