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  • The Angular Mini-Book 2.0

    The Angular Mini-Book is a guide to getting started with Angular. You'll learn how to develop a bare-bones application, test it, and deploy it. Then you'll move on to adding Bootstrap, Angular Material, continuous integration, and authentication.

  • The InfoQ eMag: The InfoQ Trends Report 2021

    Through news stories, technical articles, podcasts, and eMags, InfoQ reports on the latest innovations in software development, with a goal of providing information to allow our audience to know what major advancements to keep an eye on over the coming years.

  • The InfoQ eMag - Service Mesh Ultimate Guide 2021

    This guide aims to answer pertinent questions for software architects and technical leaders, such as: What is a service mesh? Do I need a service mesh? How do I evaluate the different service mesh offerings? Get up to speed on the adoption of service mesh. Learn how to deploy service mesh solutions in heterogeneous infrastructures and application/service connectivity.

  • The InfoQ eMag - Architectures You’ve Always Wondered About

    The “Architectures You’ve Always Wondered About” track at QCon is always filled with stories of innovative engineering solutions. Bringing those stories to our readers is at the core of InfoQ, and this eMag is a curated collection of some of the highlights over the past year.

  • The InfoQ eMag: Operating Microservices

    The companies that are successfully operating distributed systems use tools and techniques that address operational concerns of the individual microservices as well as for the whole system. This eMag features content from InfoQ articles and presentations from the Operating Microservices track of QCon Plus.

  • The InfoQ eMag - Modern Data Engineering: Pipeline, APIs, and Storage

    In this second edition of the Modern Data Engineering eMag, we’ll explore the ways in which data engineering has changed in the last few years. Data engineering has now become key to the success of products and companies. And new requirements breed new solutions.  

  • The InfoQ eMag: Building Microservices in Java

    In this eMag, you’ll be introduced to some of the microservices frameworks, MicroProfile, a set of APIs that optimizes enterprise Java for a microservices architecture, and GraalVM. We’ve hand-picked three full-length articles and facilitated a virtual panel to explore these frameworks.

  • InfoQ eMag: Modern Data Engineering

    Data engineers and software architects will benefit from the guidance of the experts in this eMag as they discuss various aspects of breaking down traditional silos that defined where data lived, how data systems were built and managed, and how data flows in and out of the system.

  • The InfoQ eMag: Re-Examining Microservices after the First Decade

    We have prepared this eMag for you with content created by professional software developers who have been working with microservices for quite some time. If you are considering migrating to a microservices approach, be ready to take some notes about the lessons learned, mistakes made, and recommendations from those experts.

  • The InfoQ eMag: Managing Observability, Resilience, and Complexity within Distributed Systems

    This eMag helps you reflect on the subject of reducing complexity within modern applications and distributed systems, and provides you with different perspectives and learned lessons from people who have already had to deal with challenges from the real world.

  • The InfoQ eMag: 2020 Year in Review

    2020 is probably the most extended year we will see in our whole life. A vast number of people have spent the most significant part of the year at home. Remote work went from "something to be explored" to teams' reality around the world. In this eMag, we would like to pack in some of the most relevant InfoQ content of 2020. And there is no way to avoid content on remote activities.

  • The InfoQ eMag - Real World Chaos Engineering

    Creating a successful chaos practice isn’t purely an engineering problem. As with many aspects of cloud native computing, it requires buy-in across the organisation. In this eMag we’ve pulled together a variety of case studies to show mechanisms by which you can do so, even in tightly regulated industries where you might face considerable opposition.

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