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A streaming layout service for front-end microservices

Tailor is a layout service created by the Zalando team as a part of Project Mosaic which provides a set of libraries that allow frontend developers to decompose monolith applications in the way backend developers split systems into microservices. The libraries also define components interaction and support website scalability.

Bartłomiej Szajewski |

29 Jul 2020

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A streaming layout service for front-end microservices

29 Jul 2020 | Bartłomiej Szajewski

Tailor is a layout service created by the Zalando team as a part of Project Mosaic which provides a set of libraries that allow frontend developers to decompose monolith applications in the way backend developers split systems into microservices. The libraries also define components interaction and support website scalability.

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Quick look at Preact

22 Jul 2020 | Jacek Mazgaj

As the growing advancement of web technologies, client web applications aim to provide user experience to as close as possible to the native applications (see the PWA term). 

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Mini Project RabbitMQ and Java - part 2

08 Jul 2020 | Marcin Łącki

In the previous article, I presented RabbitMQ installation and environment preparation in the second part I will show how to send and consume messages from queues.

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Introduction to Cypress Web E2E testing framework

01 Jul 2020 | Jacek Zygiel

Cypress is not just another JavaScript based E2E test framework. Cypress has totally new architecture and fundamentals than other similar frameworks. It's a tool from category "post-Selenium" web testing tools.

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Git rebase vs merge - is there any difference?

25 Jun 2020 | Marcin Rozmus

  GIT 

In this article we want to have a look at two common git command - git rebase and git merge. We will see how these two commands work and how we can use them.
The main problem here is that both commands can be used in many different situations on project in plenty of different states.

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InfluxDB as a metrics solution

17 Jun 2020 | Kamil Kurzyna

  DB monitoring 

There are plenty of tools for metrics storage and analysis. Today I'd like to present to [InfluxDB](https://www.influxdata.com/) - a solution that was used for a company I used to work for. But since January, InfluxDB is in version 2.0-beta, I will also share my experience with Influx 1.0 in the newest version. So let's start with the basics.

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Introduction to Spring Data JPA

10 Jun 2020 | Patrycja Banasik

  Java Spring Gradle JPA Maven 

Spring Data JPA is a project from large Spring family. It helps to reduce the amount of code by easy implementation of JPA (Java Persistence API) based repositories. Its main feature is automatic creation of repository implementations at runtime.

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Mini Project RabbitMQ and Java - part 1

03 Jun 2020 | Marcin Łącki

RabbitMQ is a message-queueing software also known as a message broker or queue manager. In simple words, it is software where queues are defined, to which applications connect in order to transfer a message or messages. Message-queueing software offers persistence, delivery acknowledgements, publisher confirms and high availability. RabbitMQ client handling many languages. Most popular as Java and .Net or less as Ruby.

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UseEffect hook

27 May 2020 | Bartłomiej Szajewski

If you want to fully switch from classes to functional components with hooks, you need to not only get the knowledge about handling state within component, but also how to perform side effects. The answer is pretty simple, you need to learn useEffect hook!

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