Let’s make a GraphQL server we created before using Node.js to be a gRPC Client which connects to a gRPC server which data is in a mock DB.
This time, I want to share about creating Node.js microservices project using gRPC as the method of communication between the services.
In this first part of “How to Implement GraphQL in Microservices Using Node.js”, I will share about implementing GraphQL as a gateway to our microservices.
Part 4 of the “How to Create REST API Using Node.js”! In this post, I will share about improving the API security by adding JWT.
Part 3 of “How to Create REST API Using Node.js”. In this part, I will share about implementing a simple cache using Redis.
In this second part of REST API series, I will share about implementing MongoDB to the API routes created from the previous post.
In this multiple posts series, I will share about creating a simple REST API using Node.js and Express. The good news is