Building Business Dashboards with Micronaut and Elasticsearch Aggregations Framework – Part 1

Building Business Dashboards with Micronaut and Elasticsearch Aggregations Framework – Part 1

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We all know and love Elasticsearch great full-text query capabilities. But Elasticsearch offers much more great functionalities and aggregations framework is one of them. In this two–part post we will walk through creation of fully usable business dashboard build with help of Micronaut framework, Elasticsearch and Chart.js.  We are going to add a new microservice to our LAB Insurance Sales Portal sample microservice based solution. […]
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Simplify Data Access Code With Micronaut Data

Simplify Data Access Code With Micronaut Data

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It’s been almost a year since our first blog post about Micronaut. We saw a big potential of this new tool but found it is lacking two important features: RabbitMQ support and data access framework similar to Spring Data. RabbitMQ support is already available and we blogged about it here. In this post we will […]
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How to create a beautiful UI in Xamarin Forms

How to create a beautiful UI in Xamarin Forms

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In this article we will focus mainly on the topic of beautiful UI/UX and how we can achieve it in Xamarin Forms. A few words about the technology Xamarin Forms is a cross-platform technology which allows to create native mobile applications using our favorite C# language. We can write many words about that, but there’s […]
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Micronaut with RabbitMQ integration

Micronaut with RabbitMQ integration

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To 1.1.0.M1 version Micronaut did not have integration with RabbitMQ. We could use libraries that enabled integration with Apache Kafka – we wrote about it in one of our previous articles. Apache Kafka is a great tool, highly scalable with lots of great features related to events stream processing. But not all applications require such […]
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Building Microservices On .NET Core – Part 1 The Plan

Building Microservices On .NET Core – Part 1 The Plan

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I liked .NET technology from its inception. In fact I left the dark star of overxmlized J2EE development to join forces of rebellion around 2004. Over the years my team here at Altkom Software & Consulting built and maintained more and more complex business solutions for insurance and banking. While Java was in stagnation .NET […]
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