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Surviving User Overload: How CQRS pattern helps build digital APIs on legacy systemsAbdellatif Belmokhtar
Large enterprises have long relied on legacy systems, but to move out of them is a thought most enterprise-owners don’t want to entertain due to high replacement costs. But what’s the real cost of having these systems? They eventually crash under an overload. To avoid losing the foregone business opportunities this results in, we gave the CQRS design pattern a chance — and the benefits of it were priceless. Read all about the CQRS architectural pattern, what it is, how it can be implemented, and what challenges to look out for before deciding to use it to build APIs on top of your legacy systems.
Karate and BDD: Fast, Open-Source API Test Automation Done RightMohammad Hassaan Momin
With recent advancements in the IT industry coupled with its growing pace, it’s essential for software companies and professionals alike to up their game. And while there have been many architectural changes with respect to development in an effort to increase productivity and reduce cost, there is certainly a need for similar attention to be paid to the testing of software as well. But where to begin? Fortunately, you begin and end with API automation using BDD.
Why “Backend For Frontend” Application Architecture?Rashid Abdul Rasheed
One of the hallmarks of digitization’s success is the widespread adoption of applications, from mobile to client apps, as the benchmarked standard to serve, interact, and communicate with users. And few things have played such a significant role in this evolution as Microservice Architecture. As one would imagine, the requirements of mobile and desktop applications differ significantly. […]