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Developing Microservices with .NET Core 2.1, RabbitMQ, SignalR, EF Core 2.1 and Angular 6

1 Dec 2018CPOL
Developing a Microservices architecture with back-end Message Queuing Services to support a front-end Angular 6 application built with Angular Material Design
As good as microservices sounds on paper, they are not without their challenges, the biggest of which is its added complexity. Microservices must be well planned, developed and managed. To help show how, this article will give an overview of Microservices Architecture, Microservices Design and Planning, Microservices Inter-Process Communications, Messaging Between Microservices, Microservices Logging Best Practices, RabbitMQ Best Practices, and specifics like Configuring ASP.NET Core 2.1 Web API Endpoints, and Running the Sample Application Back-End Services and Front-End Portal.
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