This course comes with a sample app that you will be used as a starting point. In this video, learn how to set your app up.
- [Instructor] Let's first set up this sample app … that we will be using as a starting point. … In your Exercise Files, you find a folder provided … and in there you find several sub folders … and I already copied the conference-app folder … into a fresh folder on its own. … I called it course. … I opened this folder already in Visual Studio Code … and I opened also the integrated terminal, … so to set up this app now, … I run npm install. … This will now pull down all dependencies … this application has … and while we're doing so, … we can also look a little bit through this application, … so it's a simple application … that has a web application … that has some routes … and an index.js file … where we start the Express application … and this is pretty regular, … so this app was not created with Microservices in mind, … it's a little bit legacy, … not everything is perfect … as it would also be if you would try … to split out any existing app into microservices. … Importantly there is a folder services …
- Setting up a service registry
- Registering and deregistering services
- Versioning and load balancing
- Adding the service logic
- Working with the circuit breaker
- Using queues
- Consuming and storing feedback
Skill Level Intermediate
Node.js: Debugging and Performance Tuningwith Jon Peck2h 44m Intermediate
1. Get started with Microservices
2. Creating a Service Registry
3. Splitting Up a Monolith into Microservices
4. Adding Fault Tolerance and Resilience
5. Using Queues with Node.js
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