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Web GUI for your microservice – quick and easily

It seems that minimalism while building web interfaces for microservices is a quite reasonable idea. We save learning time and development effort, reduce risk of errors due to a smaller code size and fewer libraries used, we make it easier to maintain and reduce the upgrade costs. There are also cons - minimalism probably means…
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Microservice with Java in a flash? Not a problem at all.

  We will show how simple and fast you can build a basic microservice using Cricket. And I don't mean something that only displays "Hello World", but an almost fully functional prototype with the REST API, database and web GUI. Let's implement a product store . We will need to do this: Java 8 SDK…
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Cricket for web development: static website

    Java is generally not a language of choice when it comes to build websites. This is because most of the popular application servers are very complex and require a lot of learning to use them efficiently. For this reason web developers choose other tools, such as the LAMP platform. Fortunately, there is another…
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The Cricket’s new look

The Cricket Microservices Framework home page has gained a new look. I hope you enjoy the logo and the layout. I have not had time to update the published documentation for the last months, but it's time to change it. In the following articles I will try to present the most important features of the…
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