In today's fast-paced world, providing real-time updates and seamless user experiences is crucial for the success of modern applications. Organizations often turn to event-driven architectures and GraphQL BFFs (Backend for Frontend) to meet these demands.
Let’s explore how to implement an event-driven GraphQL BFF with real-time notifications using Choreo.
Illustrated below is how you can build an event-driven GraphQL BFF with real-time notifications using Choreo.
When a developer signs up with Choreo, the system creates an organization for them. This serves as a global workspace for all its components, similar to a personal workspace.
Create projects through the user interface (UI). Each project corresponds to a domain in Domain-Driven Design (DDD). Services within a project can automatically discover and communicate with each other. A project acts as a cell in a cell-based architecture.
The system provisions an API gateway for the entire organization. This API gateway is accessible to any service within a project, allowing it to expose public APIs.
Small and large teams can efficiently manage their services within projects. DDD is seamlessly integrated into the core workflow, eliminating the need to set up complex network or firewall rules, Kubernetes namespaces, etc.
Implementing an event-driven GraphQL BFF with real-time notifications using Choreo is a great way to build modern, responsive, and user-friendly applications. Choreo simplifies the development and deployment of event-driven applications and provides multiple features that can improve your applications’ performance, scalability, and user experience.
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