Scott wraps up the course with a few final Q&A questions about service-oriented architectures, using different third-party services, recommendations for style guides or code-quality checkers, and profiling/debugging Node.js.
- [Moderator] Question.…If I was building a large application…with multiple application modules,…should I write one monolithic Node app…or build multiple Node apps with…some sort of messaging between the modules?…- So there's a new trend for everybody…using a SOA, a service oriented architecture,…where we have that setup,…where everything is a service that does…this one small thing and we have a messaging system,…some queuing system where we communicate between these two.…Or maybe we build some type of HTTP interface.…So that's a thing that's trending…and it's great, it's very flexible.…
I like that approach, but at the same time,…having one huge monolithic Node app,…if that's where your skill level is and that's where,…if you're talking like production,…I'd probably go SOA, service oriented architecture,…but if you're talking about like,…I'm just going to build this pet thing…so I can get a feel for Node, I would start there.…I wouldn't go out and start building…all these microservices everywhere for my to-do app.…
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