When you’re moving fast, things will break more often. It’s little wonder, then, that with a microservices approach you need to pay close attention to ensuring the safe, yet speedy change to APIs. The idea of “consumer-driven contracts” has been percolating for a long time. The idea is to shift the “power” in the relationship between the provider of APIs and the consumer of those APIs more to the consumers. In this episode, I talk again with Marcin Grzejszczak on this topic and we discuss how the newly GA’s Spring Cloud Contract enables all this thinking.
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Spring Cloud Contract
- That 2006 piece on consumer-driven contracts.
- Spring Cloud Contract overview and documentation.
- A simple example contract, done in Spring Cloud Contract.
- Marcin writes about the release of Spring Cloud Contract.
- Marcin’s talk on Spring Cloud Contract from Jugtoberfest 2016.
- Find Marcin on Twitter at @MGrzejszczak, and his blog.
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