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Saga microservice pattern

Saga microservice pattern

Data consistency across microservices in dispersed transaction scenarios can be managed with the help of the Saga design pattern. A saga is a series of transactions that updates each service and broadcasts a message or event to start the subsequent transaction step. The saga executes compensating transactions that cancel out the previous transactions if a step fails.

Hexagonal Architecture

Hexagonal Architecture

Hexagonal architecture is a popular architectural pattern in software development. It is an architectural style that moves a programmer’s focus from conceptual layers to a distinction between the software’s inside and outside parts.

Deep Linking in React Native

Deep Linking in React Native

Want to know how to add deep linking to a React Native app for both iOS and Android? In this blog, we talk about one of our use case with an automotive powerhouse.

Build highly customizable design systems with headless UI components

Build highly customizable design systems with headless UI components

If you’re building a design system for a growing startup, then you might get tempted to build all the components yourself to command over customizability, but it's not that simple. Accessibility and browser support can be very challenging. Instead, build your highly customizable design system on top of Headless UI Components and build reliable products in time.

Django vs Frappe

Django vs Frappe

Frappe is a full-stack web framework & is a bit different from the traditional ones like Django or Flask. In this blog, you will get a head-to-head comparison between Django & Frappe. We will then move on to the best use case & challenges of Frappe.

AWS security best practices for rapid and scalable web application infrastructure

AWS security best practices for rapid and scalable web application infrastructure

Are you working on AWS? Are you looking for ways to enhance the security of your AWS infrastructure? If yes, then this blog is for you. Read here to know about the best AWS security practices.

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