The broadcasting industry is one of the industries that has evolved the most in recent years. In just under 10 years, it has gone from having workflows in which some physical material was exchanged, to being completely digital and content-centric workflows. But now, thanks to platforms such as Netflix or Amazon Prime Video, this industry needs to be more agile when it comes to adapting to what its audience is demanding.
The hexagonal-like architectures are helping to increase the longevity of software, effectively eliminating the coupling between the coded business knowledge and the technology.
In a couple of posts I will share with you mimacom's way of tackling Onion Architecture with Spring Boot.
In this first part I will give you more insights about it through a github-hosted example showing a simple implementation of ShoppingList's API's.
In this series of posts we will create an application using react and redux, in which we will handle relational data. In this first part we will be creating the store.
In Event-driven architecture there are unique identifiers everywhere: at entity level, at event level, at process level etc.
In this blog post, I will show you a de facto standard for how you could easily generate, persist, serialize and deserialize IDs natively through Kafka, Java and JPA.
To test WebClient code, we need a different setup than for RestTemplate based clients.
In WebFlux applications the use of the OkHttp MockWebServer is recommended.