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Create a microfrontend app using module federation and dynamic configuration
Create a microfrontend app using module federation and dynamic configuration

We are used to the term microservice in the backend world. Is there a way to achieve the same architectural indipendence in the frontend world? Let's see how it is possible to create a microfrontend app by leveraging Webpack 5 module federation with a widget-based custom remote configuration. [...]

A custom module for Jackson object mapper using Java Service Provider
A custom module for Jackson object mapper using Java Service Provider

Sometimes you have custom Jackson object mapper imported from external modules/libraries. How can you customize their serialization/deserialization? Let's go to discover the power of Java Service Provider Interface. [...]

A simple react hook to detect scroll direction
A simple react hook to detect scroll direction

How do you detect scroll direction using React hooks? Let’s find out in this new post. [...]

Contract testing asynchronous messaging with Pact and MockK
Contract testing asynchronous messaging with Pact and MockK

In the last weeks I worked with my colleague Felice Giovinazzo on a new feature for the refund process. Let’s see how we used pact to test a message-based interaction between two microservices with Pact [...]

A Domain Driven Design dictionary for newbies
A Domain Driven Design dictionary for newbies

In the last months, I started to hear a lot of stuff about Domain Driven Design. What is DDD? What does it try to solve? This is a post for all the newbies (like me) that are searching for a definition of what DDD is, which are its main parts and what is its main goal. [...]

How to test your Swift source code on Linux: locally and on Github Actions
How to test your Swift source code on Linux: locally and on Github Actions

Quick tips (useful for open source projects) for testing your Swift source code on Linux locally and with Github Actions. [...]

Better organize tests and run them against multiple configuration with Xcode Test Plan
Better organize tests and run them against multiple configuration with Xcode Test Plan

Recently I added a lot of Unit and UI tests to RangeUISlider, one of my open source projects. Let's see how I grouped them and run them against multiple configurations with Xcode Test Plan. [...]

Unit testing in Kotlin with JUnit 5 and MockK
Unit testing in Kotlin with JUnit 5 and MockK

I recently discovered MockK, a mocking library created for Kotlin. Let's see how it is possible to write modern unit tests with MockK + JUnit 5. [...]

Spring Boot + Kotlin Rest client cheatsheet: RestTemplate and Webclient
Spring Boot + Kotlin Rest client cheatsheet: RestTemplate and Webclient

During the last months I worked a lot with Spring Boot backend applications. In this post I explain how you can consume a REST api from a Spring Boot application using RestTemplate and (the new) WebClient. [...]

Swift Package Manager: bundling resources with a Swift Package
Swift Package Manager: bundling resources with a Swift Package

Recently I upgraded my ID3TagEditor swift package to the latest Swift tools version (5.3). During the upgraded I discovered that now you can bundle resources with your Swift package. In this post I will show you how you can do this, and also an interesting trick in order to be able to build a project as a Swift Package and as a standard project from Xcode. [...]

Create a service worker with Workbox, Webpack and TypeScript
Create a service worker with Workbox, Webpack and TypeScript

Recently I migrated my website to Webpack and TypeScript. I decided also to give a try to Workbox, a set of Google libraries to improve the creation of a Progressive Web App. Let's see how easy it is to create a PWA with this tools. [...]