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TypeScript Microservices by Parth Ghiya

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Summary

In this chapter, we learned about the Reactive Manifesto. We clubbed reactive principles and applied them in microservices. We learned how to apply reactive programming in Node.js. We learned about possible approaches to design the microservice architecture, saw its advantages and disadvantages, and saw some practical scenarios to find out in which situations we can apply those patterns. We saw orchestration processes, reaction processes, and two special cases of hybrid approaches.

In the next chapter, we will begin developing our shopping cart microservices. We will design our microservice architecture, write some microservices, and deploy them. We will see how to organize our code into the proper structure.

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