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microservices - Java EE and Microservices

  •    Java

Phase 1: Functional decomposition of a WAR into multiple `WAR`s. Use hardcoded service URIs.

majestic - The most majestic, most monolithic lein template

  •    Clojure

You can do a few different things, you can run all the tests with lein test or you can lein repl in and type (start) or you can deploy straight to heroku and run heroku run lein migrate to get the db up and running. It gives you what I think is the smallest set of working code to start a monolithic api. Distributed under the Eclipse Public License either version 1.0 or (at your option) any later version.

shrine - Boilerplate monorepo for modular JavaScript development

  •    Javascript

This repo demonstrates how to setup and build many custom modules from a single repository. The build process is barebones for simplicity and to easily allow customization. You can fork Shrine as a starting point or copy its principles in your own project. The example modules in the src folder use React only to show support for external modules, there is absolutely no requirement or constraint on external npm modules you want to use.




all-repos - Clone all your repositories and apply sweeping changes.

  •    Python

Clone all your repositories and apply sweeping changes. Add git clone tab completion for all-repos repositories.

izumi-r2 - Productivity-oriented collection of lightweight fancy stuff for Scala toolchain

  •    Scala

Izumi (jap. 泉水, spring) is a set of independent libraries and frameworks allowing you to significantly increase productivity of your Scala development. We are looking for early adopters, contributors and sponsors.

monolith-microservice-shop - Source code for https://threedots

  •    Go

Source code for https://threedots.tech/post/microservices-or-monolith-its-detail/ article. This shop can work both as monolith and microservices. More info you will find in the article.

izumi - Productivity-oriented collection of lightweight fancy stuff for Scala toolchain

  •    Scala

Izumi (jap. 泉水, spring) is a set of independent libraries and frameworks allowing you to significantly increase productivity of your Scala development. We are looking for early adopters, contributors and sponsors.


zauberlehrling - Collection of tools and ideas for splitting up big monolithic PHP applications in smaller parts

  •    PHP

A collection of tools and ideas for splitting up a big monolithic PHP application in smaller parts, i.e. smaller applications and microservices. It contains console commands for identifying potentially unused PHP files, Composer packages, MySQL tables and public web assets. The name "zauberlehrling" derives from the famous poem by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (you may have also seen the iconic cartoon "Fantasia" by Walt Disney). In these tales, a sorcerer's apprentice splits up a magical, out of control broom with an axe. Unfortunately for him, each piece has a life of it's own and only multiplies the problem.

Painted-Prosthetics - Charity project to help people to get a lost leg replacement.

  •    TypeScript

Life can be unfair and we, the more fortunate people, aim to make it slightly more just. The cheapest prosthetic of a leg costs 5000$, some being as expensive as a house! Our goal is to raise awareness that a lot of people cannot afford a so needed prosthethic! We aim to get together an amputee, an artist and a company, so that they help each other out.

go-monolith-example - Example Go monolith with embedded microservices and The Clean Architecture

  •    Go

This project shows an example of how to implement monolith with embedded microservices (a.k.a. modular monolith). This way you'll get many upsides of monorepo without it complexity and at same time most of upsides of microservice architecture without some of it complexity. The embedded microservices use Uncle Bob's "Clean Architecture", check Example Go microservice for more details.






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