I read Head First Design Patterns book shown as below. It is pretty good reference of Design Patterns. If you want to familiar of Design Patterns, i recommend it definitely. This post contains some examples of this book but in a different presentation. When I want to remember fundamentals of Design Patterns, this post will remind me 🙂 I hope that you will benefit from this post.
Expose your Oracle Database as a REST service with LoopBack 3 (Node.js Open API Framework)
This post is continuation of previous post https://kenanhancer.com/2019/09/09/loopback-3-simple-api-example/
So if you want to start from beginning, read that one as well.
Follow this link https://kenanhancer.com/2019/09/12/mysql-docker-container-exercise/ to create a Oracle container 🙂
You can find LoopBack 3 project in the following repository. After clonning switch to oracle branch 🙂 or run the following command.
git checkout oracle
I just want to see my micro services in a tree view. This is a configurable and flexible D3 Node.js project. In order to achieve this project, I have used D3, Node.js and Parcel (https://parceljs.org). I hope that some one will benefit from this project like me 🙂
First of all, you need to have kubectl CLI in your host machine. So, follow the below steps.
Install with Chocolatey on Windows
choco install kubernetes-cli
Install with Homebrew on MacOS
brew install kubernetes-cli
Install with Kubernetes Official Documentation(with Curl)
Test to ensure the version you installed
Checking kubectl config
When you run below command, you will see output as shown in the following screenshot. I didn’t configure yet so, it shows an empty config.
kubectl config view