Sometimes, when defining Kubernetes manifests, YAML or templating is not enough. Sometimes, we do want a “real” language like Go, TypeScript, Python or Java as an engine that will generate Kubernetes manifests. That’s where cdk8s comes into play. In this video, we will see how to use cdk8s to create Kubernetes manifests.
I’m happy to announce that the Test-Driven Java Development book wrote by Alex Garcia and me has just been published by Packt Publishing. It was a long, demanding, but very rewarding journey that resulted in a very comprehensive hands-on material for all Java developers interested in learning or improving their TDD skills.
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In this article we’ll develop a back-end solution that can be used with any front-end (Web, mobiles…). In the next article we’ll extend on this example and work on the front-end using AngularJS, JQuery and Bootstrap CSS.
The goal of the application is to be able to administer books. In particular, we’ll develop the back-end solution for that application that should be able to: