Swift Roundup #4: Microservices Templates
This week, we will delve into the topic of templates together, and, of course, we won't miss out on recommending an open-source project that will assist you in creating templates effectively.
Let's explore some reasons why it's beneficial to create templates for microservices:
🎞️ Why use a developer-ready platform microservice template | PlatformCon 2023
The aim for many companies who build a platform or run choreographed microservices is to reduce developer toil. Others want to impose uniformity across microservices behavior, to reduce support and development costs. While some aim to enable meaningful integration between multiple technologies. To address these needs, we present a low code/no code framework to develop microservices for an event-driven and choreographed-based cloud-native platform.
Senora Recommends 👏
Every week, Senora recommends about an open-source tool that will help you with Self-Service & DevEx, and at this week, the respect is for:
This is a command-line utility that creates projects from cookiecutters (project templates), e.g. creating a Python package project from a Python package project template.
Backstage provides a module for the scaffolder backend that allows you to template projects using Cookiecutter:
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