Nick Nance Code and Architecture in Javascript

Reactive Microservice Architecture in Node

This is the start of what I expect to be several posts on the subject of applying Node in a reactive microservice architecture. I have found that by building single purpose node modules as microservices that live on a scalable message queue, I am able to piece together interesting applications simply as a result of how I deploy and configure these services. In this series of articles I will provide code and deployment examples that show this architecture in action.

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Introducing Backbone Composer

You're probably asking yourself why would anyone be releasing a new plugin for managing Backbone views. Especially now that Backbone is no longer in vogue. Well, in short, I am still a strong supporter of Backbone. I believe in it's minimal unopionated philosophy. I prefer frameworks which give each project the most flexibility possible while providing a minimal application structure and utility.

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