|17 Jun 2020||James Shore/Blog/Lunch-and-Learn|
Each week in my Tuesday Lunch & Learn livestream, we look at a useful technical skill, define a challenge related to that skill, and solve the challenge live. This week, in part 3 of our extended microservice example, we’re reading requests from the client.
Two weeks ago, we created the ability to start and stop a web server. Last week, we made it send responses. This week, we’re reading requests. When a request comes in, we need to read the request body, encode it using ROT-13, and serve the encoded result back to the client. As always, we’ll make sure it’s all thoroughly tested, and we won’t use mocks or broad integration tests.
Visit the Lunch & Learn archive for more.