This article is going to introduce you to Spring Boot with GraphQL. We’ll walk through a simple beer app to show you what it can do. So you have built this really sweet API with all the gets, puts, and deletes you can think of. Your baby is just beautiful the way it is, right? Well, maybe developer Joe thinks …
This 33-minute video features Keyhole Principle Consultant Mat Warger at our internal employee lunch and learn in November 2020. He discusses GraphQL’s main features and how it’s beneficial for use in modern APIs.
GraphQL is a query language for APIs and a runtime for fulfilling those queries with your existing data. Basically, it provides a better way to think about your data!
The Keyhole Labs team has announced that the Keyhole Fabric API Gateway has been accepted into Hyperledger Labs.
Hyperledger® Labs is a community-based innovation space gathering people who share a common interest in developing blockchain-related software. Entrance into Hyperledger Labs allows the Keyhole Fabric API Gateway to be further tested, innovated, and used by the wider Hyperledger community.
See the official announcement on the Keyhole Labs blog.
People that know me, know that I love to fly fish and tie flies. I made up the saying “Time flies when you’re tying flies.” It is true, just like when you are trying to solve a programming problem, time flies.
Over the past few years, we at Keyhole have utilized Docker (with assorted technologies) and have gotten up to speed on the Hyperledger blockchain framework. Something that all of these technologies have in common is the Go language. Go is the language used to implement Docker, Hyperledger, OpenShift, and many other system-level applications.
Personally, I like to peek under the hood to better understand the tools I’m using. That led me to learning about the Go language. And in my opinion, the best way to learn a language is to build something.
So, I built an application for fly tying videos. There are numerous fly tying tutorials on YouTube, so I built an application that allows them to be organized into virtual fly boxes and types.
In this blog, I will introduce you to the Go language. We’ll go over some of the key language concepts by walking through how the https://flytyerworld.com server-side API is implemented using Go.
I am working on a project that leverages both Azure Functions as well as Cosmos DB. In trying to get both of these components wired together, I found that there are very few examples that work with the most recent versions of these components. I also saw examples that could work at a small scale, but don’t show industry-standard best practices, and would lead to performance issues if deployed in an environment with any meaningful traffic.
To that end, I put together this blog post showing how to set up an Azure Functions project in .NET Core 2.2 to integrate with Cosmos DB’s SQL API using its native tooling.
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