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Apr 17, 2019 | By Liran Haimovitch
Welcome to the brave new world of developing in the cloud! You’ve heard all about the technical ins-and-outs of setting up a cloud-based microservices development environment and have decided to give it a whirl. Now you need to stock your toolbox with solutions that let you understand what your code is doing, so you know when something’s going wrong and can get accurate feedback as to what it is and how to fix it.
Apr 8, 2019 | By Liran Haimovitch
As deployments become more complex and require more moving parts, simulating the full microservice environment on a developer’s laptop becomes really tough. At a certain point, it just can’t be done right and provisioning a cloud-based environment becomes your dev weapon of choice. This may be a less familiar option for devs who are new to microservices. However, it offers many important advantages and (you guessed it!) some significant drawbacks.
Apr 2, 2019 | By Or Weis
— “So what are we going to call this startup?” “I don’t know… Hmm… I guess something dot com or something dot io?” We, humans, are story-driven creatures, and a good story needs good characters. From Odysseus to Sherlock Holmes, from RBG to Daenerys Targaryen to Elon Musk. Good characters come with good names.
Mar 28, 2019 | By Liran Haimovitch
In the first part of this series, we discussed how developing with microservices differs from monolith development, and how those differences impact the choice of dev environment. In this second post, we’ll talk about when it’s best to leverage the local environment and the tools that can help.
Mar 19, 2019 | By Liran Haimovitch
Over the past few years, whenever the topic of microservices arises, this familiar question also comes up: What is the best approach for developing a few/numerous/countless microservices? In a time-honored tradition, I generally answer with a slew of additional questions: Have you already started developing? How large is the team working on the application? Have they ever developed apps in the cloud?
Dec 4, 2018 | By Rookout
Rookout, the rapid debugging platform allows developers to add non-breaking breakpoints in their live code to collect any type of data they need. In this video, you will see how you can edit Rookout rules to refine the condition of when a breakpoint is triggered.