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TypeScript Microservices by Parth Ghiya

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Summary

In this chapter, we had a primary introduction to some of the most fundamental concepts of Node.js and TypeScript that are essential for making scalable applications suitable for enterprise needs. We set up our primary environment and learned about Docker, PM2, and NGINX. At the end, we created our traditional Hello World microservice the TypeScript way in Node.js.

In the next chapter, we are going to learn the fundamentals of reactive programming, the advantages of reactive programming, and how you can do reactive programming in Node.js. We will see various operators available in reactive programming, which shorten and streamline our day-to-day development. We will see a combination of traditional SOA-based orchestration and reactive ...

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