Hands-On Microservices with TypeScript 3 [Video]

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  • Start by building your first service
  • Learn to add a UI service that can run services together
  • Master the basic architectural design of microservice systems with security
  • Get introduced to the backend service
  • Learn to how to select your database and to add data layer code with best practices
  • Manage complexities such as Dockerization, service discovery, and central configuration with microservices
  • Before going to production, learn to perform stress testing and security checks

If you want to make effective and scalable applications with microservices, this course will be perfect for you!

Building a real-world solution with the microservice architecture takes more than is initially apparent. It requires reasoning about building blocks, designing easily accessible APIs, knowing how to be secure by design, and building automated testing coverage from day one. This course will guide you through the steps of building an enterprise-grade solution by utilizing one of the most natural technology choices for this type of application: Node.js and Typescript.

Finally, you'll build the My-Music app where you'll create your own playlist from an existing song library.

The code bundle for this course is available at https://github.com/PacktPublishing/Hands-on-Microservices-with-TypeScript-3

Style and Approach

The course is meant to be practical and hands-on, showing code samples and configurations which can be used to build several increasingly complex sample projects.

  • Create, build and Dockerize a Typescript microservice
  • Master the best ways to tie different services together, while providing basic needs such as state cache and configuration
  • Upgrade your skills to build microservices and move away from monolithic architectures
Course Length 2 hours 3 minutes
ISBN 9781789616989
Date Of Publication 28 Feb 2019


Amit Bezalel

Amit Bezalel is a seasoned, hands-on System Architect with more than 10 years' of architecture experience and a total of 18 years in software development, envisioning and implementing several large-scale, enterprise-grade projects ranging from Windows fat clients to SOAP-based SOA and (in recent years) REST microservices, He has delivered talks about code and architecture in several conferences and the 2018AWS Cloud summit in Tel-Aviv. Amit also participates in open-source projects and writes blogs about architecture, development, and programming languages.