Last week I did a half-day workshop about Microservices. It wasn't an introduction to noobs, but I also wouldn't call it an advanced workshop due to the short time-frame. 4 hours are not a very long time to discover topics about Microservices. But anyhow I got it managed. Following you find my transcript and some comments and notes.
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IBM API Connect GatewayScripts are a great possibility to transform a message up to everyones needs within a API Assembly. Unfortunately the GatewayScript API is not documented very well yet. So just to get some ideas how it works: The following example shows how to transform an
application/json message body to a
As many of us will agree: Markdown is a great way to simply write documentations easy and quickly. daux.io is a documentation generator that uses a simple folder structure and Markdown files to create custom documentation on the fly. It helps you to create great looking documentation in a developer friendly way.
Daux.io is easy to install and easy to use. Nevertheless I was thinking about a solution how I can split up the documentation's source files from presenting the documentation with Daux.io. I came up with a simple approach where Daux.io is running in a Docker container and the documentation sources are hosted on GitHub. The container exposes an additional URL for GitHub WebHooks to trigger an update process of the documentation on git-push events.