Event handling in an asynchronous fashion oftentimes leads to an architecture that is more flexible and decoupled. In this article we will have a look at how to implement a CUBA application mostly communicating through messages.
Next to the application components, there is another interesting feature that is a part of the 6.3 release of the CUBA platform. It deals with the REST API feature. In this blog post we will have a deeper look into it and see where are the differences and potential benefits of it.
The next part of this series is designated towards the other elements of the middleware. We’ll look at how to test services and other middleware components. While doing that we will try to climb the testing pyramid and try to create integration tests as an alternative to the unit tests we saw in the second part.
In the second part of the Testing article series, we’ll look at the CUBA side of things. We will go through different artifacts of the platform and check how we can test these artifacts. In this blog post we will start with Entities and encounter Mocking as we go through the different examples.
One of the main parts of today’s application development that is not very prominent in CUBA applications is automated testing. This is the reason we’ll take a deep look into this topic in this blog post.