ThinJARs with quarkus.io on Docker
quarkus.io separates business logic from the infrastructure out-of-the-box and therefore keeps the ThinJAR (see: ThinWAR) small and the deployments fast:
The base docker image was pushed into docklands.
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nice showcase! Maybe an off topic questions, but since when are your using Visual Studio Code for java? I remember you as one of the last Netbeans users ;-)
Maybe you can share your thoughts about it (in a separate blogpost)?
Thanks in advance!
Posted by Marco on March 22, 2019 at 02:25 PM CET #
All your posts are amazing.
Thanks a lot for sharing you knowledge.
I join Marco request: would you please share your thoughts about VS Code and how you use it (plugins, config...)
Posted by Hicham on May 26, 2019 at 02:44 PM CEST #