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Currently, I'm working as a frontend dev. I work with Angular. Also, have experience with Dart/Flutter. To learn some tools for the backend, what should I choose ASP.NET Core or Spring Boot?
I have to use one of these two frameworks for a test in one week. I have an extremely small amount of exposure to Spring Boot and no exposure to Flask. Which should I learn?
Hi Guys, If you were to learn one of these languages for backend development: Golang, Python or TypeScript/Node.js, which one would you choose? Should meet the following criteria: - Focus on web application development. - Be stable for the next 10 years. - Good for microservices (compete with Java Spring Boot). - Production ready for now and not in the future. (Like Rust) - Have good ecosystems, i.e. libraries, testing, CLI, framework and good deployment options. - Good language features. I'm not interested in ML/AI, Data Science or DevOps.
Hello, I am trying to learn a backend framework besides Node.js. I am not sure what to pick between ASP.NET Core (C#) and Spring Boot (Java). Any advice, any suggestion is highly appreciated. I am planning to build only Web APIs (no desktop applications or something like that). One thing to mention is that I have no experience in Java or C#. I am trying to learn one of those 2 and stick to it.
UPDATE: The project I am trying to build is a SaaS using microservices that supports multi tenancy.
In which situations should we use Cypress or Robot Framework? Are both good choices to get tenured manual testers into the practice of automating their work for tests of APIs and functional tests of web applications? Cypress looks great for functional testing of web applications and Robot Framework looks great for everything else.
Background: We have over a thousand functional test cases for our web applications being executed manually by a QA team. Our front ends interface with APIs written in Java with various frameworks over the years (e.g. Spring, Spring Boot, Java EE). I think our testers could learn enough of the basic coding in JS, Java, and Python required to automate most of those cases.
Hello, I need to create a website using Java frameworks, the website must pull data from different mssql views , I'm thinking of using Spring Boot+PrimeFaces but someone suggested I should use Thymeleaf instead of primefaces, I don't have any experience in either, so I'm wondering if someone has some advice based on their own experience? thanks!