vertx-blueprint-microservice - Vert.x Blueprint Project - Micro-Shop microservice application

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Vert.x blueprint application - A micro-shop microservice application developed with Vert.x. This repo is intended to be an illustration on how to design microservice architecture and develop microservice applications using Vert.x. This blueprint works with Vert.x 3.4.1.

https://github.com/sczyh30/vertx-blueprint-microservice


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io.vertx:vertx-dependencies:3.4.1

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