Latest news from me:
I am currently working on a project together with Nercia to build an education platform, based on NATS and Resgate. Earning some money .
This project uses the following technologies:
- Postgres (for Keycloak)
Microservices are written in Go, with docker images built based on scratch.
So far it has been a bliss to work with. Resgate is preforming very well. With Go’s short compile time, and the possibility to code/run/debug microservices directly in VSCode, the time between iterations (coding-compiling-testing) are minimal.
Front-end wise, the instant and simple access to new resources using ResClient, also makes for a speedy development. Lovely!
While this project will steal focus from direct Resgate development, it will also result in a lot of knowledge. Once done, I hope to open source any reusable service, such as:
- file service - serving binary files on behalf of other RES service
- oidc auth service - RES service for integrating with an oidc provider
Some requested Resgate features will also get higher priority, such as the possibility to set response headers (cookies) to simplify authentication and jwt token handling.
All in all, it will in the end lead to Resgate being further improved.