Code Challenge: Simple Blog API built with TypeScript and MongoDB, using TDD, Clean Architecture, SOLID principles, and Design Patterns. (by dyarleniber)

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  • From Frontend to Backend
    7 projects | /r/cscareerquestionsEU | 8 Dec 2023
    I'll slowly start to see other repos and documentations, and identify the patterns. In this repo:, for example, I could see again concepts like, Repository, Interfaces, Domain, entities, infrastructure and so on.
  • Hexagonal Architecture and Clean Architecture (with examples)
    2 projects | | 10 Aug 2022
    And if you want to take a look in a code example, of how to use Clean Architecture in a project, you can also check out this repository: Simple Blog Application: backend challenge. Where I created a Simple Blog API built with TypeScript and MongoDB, using TDD, Clean Architecture, SOLID principles, Design Patterns, and some DDD patterns. It was part of a backend coding challenge, so it has some other interesting features, like authentication with JWT, a CI Workflow with GitHub Actions, a local environment with Docker and Docker Compose, and a documentation.


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