Writing a Micro Services based system requires different tools than creating a monolith, one of which is the message queue. In today’s experiment I took a quick tour of RabbitMQ and learned how to use it to pass messages between two services.
Micro Service Communication with RabbitMQ
Two MobX Use Cases That Actually Worked Well
This week I decided to play with the well known and mostly loved MobX library. I worked on projects that used MobX before and was usually able to make the modifications I needed in the project, but until now I didn’t spend the time to read its documentation and understand its use cases.
Solving 14 SQL Exercises with Knex.JS
Knex.JS, according to their documentation, is a betteries included SQL Builder. I had the pleasure to work with this library in a recent project and really liked it: The code felt easier to write in comparison to traditional ORMs, provided you know your SQL. In order to better explain to myself and to the world what that means I decided to solve 14 non trivial SQL exercises with it. I hope by the time you’ll finish reading this post you too will have a solid understanding of the main concepts behind this library and its real world usage.