Software Design - What is Dependency Inversion Principle?
Dependency Inversion Principle is one of the important SOLID Principles. Dependency Inversion Principle is implemented by one of the most popular Java frameworks - Spring. What is it all about? How does it help you design good applications?
Introduction to Four Principles Of Simple Design
With agile and extreme programming, the focus is on keeping your design simple. How do you keep your design simple? How do you decide whether your code is good enough?
Software Design - Single Responsibility Principle - with examples
For me, Single Responsibility Principle is the most important design principle. What is Single Responsibility Principle? How do you use it? How does it help with making your software better? Let's get started.
Designing REST API - What is Code First Approach?
Designing Great REST API is important to have great microservices. Code First approach focuses on generating the contract from code. Is it the best possible approach?
Designing REST API - What is Contract First?
Designing Great REST API is important to have great microservices. Contract First approach helps you in designing a great contract before implementing it. However, it does not come easy!
REST v SOAP - A few perspectives
In this article, we look at the major differences between SOAP and REST. OOPS.. actually, comparing the two is a little like comparing apples to oranges, as SOAP is a protocol format based on XML, whereas REST is an architectural approach.
Introduction to REST API - RESTful Web Services
REST stands for REpresentational State Transfer. It is a popular architectural approach to create your API's in todays world.
REST API - What is HATEOAS?
While viewing a web page, you can see data in the page and perform actions with it. How about a REST API? Typically when you ask for a REST Resource, you get the details of the resource back. How about sending the operations that you can do with the resource in the response?
Microservices Architectures - Non Functional Requirements - Availability
In this article, we explore an important non functional requirement called Availability.
Microservices Architectures - Non Functional Requirements - Modularity
In this article, we explore an important non functional requirement called Modularity.