Let’s start with the basics of composable programming and why it’s such a big thing in software development.
The “bible” of composability states that the best way to build an app is to write code once, deploy many times, stack, and expand according to different client and business needs. Here’s where another key concept (or buzzword, depending on who’s talking) comes into play: we’re talking about microservices.
Microservices and composable software, however, have to follow certain best practices to avoid hyper-complexity. Open source code is key to ensuring enough backend flexibility and fast access for third parties and users. In this context, no code and open source are becoming a no-brainer choice for companies who decide to follow the “composable” path.
The Future is Composable
Platforms are pivotal in the transition from monolith architecture toward modular and distributed architectures, as applications become more specialized and complex.
In the video below, Entando Developer Advocate Anthony Viard tackles the issue of how, in a future of full “composable” developments, devs will turn into contributing developers. Don’t miss this video to discover more about composable programming and microservices!
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