In my last few tutorials, I’ve covered some aspects that are really important with microservice, such as a discovery service like Eureka and a circuit breaker like Hystrix. Another thing that might be useful when working with microservices is to provide your application configuration as a microservice as well.
Recently I wrote some articles about the various Netflix components and how they fit into a microservice architecture. In this article I will talk about the next component that is usable with Spring boot and that’s Hystrix.
A bit later than usual, but here it is! The year in review of g00glen00b.be! (Yes, that’s the site you’re visiting right now) During this time of the year (though we’re a bit too late), people all around the world gather and review last year. We, we jump onto that bandwagon and do the same […]
We’ve already done quite a lot to get a working pokédex with Angular 2. However, there are still two things that bother me: If the API request takes a while, the user wont notice it. The page will just be blank When we open the application, we get a simple “Loading…” message
We’re getting pretty far already with our Pokédex. We’ve already implemented a service with the Pokéapi, an overview and a part of the detail page. The next thing I’m going to look at is how to animate stuff with Angular 2. If you’re just like me and enjoyed the good ol’ days with AngularJS 1.x, […]
Now that we’ve set up a project with Angular 2, with a service to fetch data from our REST API and some components and routing to show an overview of pokémons, it’s time to show some more detailed data. The component I’m going to be working on will be using the PokemonAbilityInfo object, which contains […]
Last time, we implemented our pokémon detail view by using routing to switch between the overview and the detail. However, currently we still have the same title across our entire application. Usually when you have an application with multiple pages, you want to change the page title depending on the page the user visits.
Last time, we pretty much finished our pokédex overview by implementing some pagination. Now that the pagination is behind us, we can focus on creating a more detailed view for our pokémons. If you remember when we wrote a service, we actually provided two functions, a findAll() and findOne() function. However, we didn’t use the […]
Last time, we made a simple pokédex overview, but we’re missing something on our overview… . Right now, we’re seeing only the first 20 pokémons, and we have no way to view any other pokémon. So let’s change that!
In my last tutorial, we finished creating a service that has two functions for finding pokémons. First of all we have the findAll() function to return multiple pokémons (only basic info though) and secondly, we have the findOne() function which will return more detailed information about a single pokémon. Both of these are using the […]