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API Publish/Subscribe Between Zato Services

One of the additions in the upcoming Zato 3.2 release is an extension to its publish/subscribe mechanism that lets services publish messages directly to other services. Let’s check how to use it and how it compares to other means of invoking one’s API services. 

How Does It Work?

In your Zato service, you can publish a message to any other services as below. Simply point self.pubsub.publish to the target service by the latter’s name and it will receive your message.

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Integrating Red Hat Single Sign-On With AMQ Streams for Auditing Events

Here I am again with another take from the field.

Red Hat Single Sign-on (RH-SSO) is the enterprise-ready version of Keycloak, and one thing that is most commonly asked, especially for big customers is, « How do we audit all the events? »

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Flutter 2.0 State Management Introduction With Provider 5.0

With Flutter 2.0, you can build apps on mobile, web and desktop.  Graphics performance is fantastic and the development tools are great. The main barrier to learning Flutter is an understanding of state management.  This tutorial covers the Provider package, one of the most popular and easiest tools to manage state in Flutter.

A video version of this tutorial is available. Code and image files are on GitHub. 

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Kumologica: Handling Data in Different Formats [Videos]

Photo by Oskar Yildiz on Unsplash.

When building integration components, it’s almost a given that we will have to process data in different formats like JSON, XML, YAML, etc. It’s imperative that any integration product should have very good support for handling these data formats. This kind of robust support for handling data in different formats makes the product flexible to be adapted to different use cases.

In this article, we will look into the support provided by Kumologica for handling the data in these different formats.

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How I Visualize My Spreadsheet Formula Dependencies in a Chart


Overview

The formula is the heart of an Excel file. And of course, we all want to do correct calculations and deliver accurate results. When there is something wrong, we want to trace back to those referenced cells to find the root cause. Excel natively has a built-in convenient formula dependent/precedent trace feature, it highlights the dependent/precedent cells and displays arrows to indicate the relationships. This helps users to trace back and find any error formulas easily.

Now, when bringing the spreadsheet online, we can do more. We can display the relationships in a custom way that is most useful according to the application context, or bring them to a different service or application for doing the validation programmatically.

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Automated Pen Testing With Zed Attack Proxy

In this post, you will learn how to execute penetration tests with OWASP Zed Attack Proxy (ZAP). ZAP is a free web app scanner which can be used for security testing purposes.

1. Introduction

When you are developing an application, security must be addressed. It cannot be ignored anymore nowadays. Security must be taken into account starting from initial development and not thinking about it when you want to deploy to production for the first time. Often you will notice that adding security to your application at a later stage in development, will take a lot of time. It is better to take security into account from the beginning, this will save you from some painful headaches. You probably have some security experts inside of your company, so let them participate from the start when a new application needs to be developed. Nevertheless, you will also need to verify whether your developed application is secure. Penetration tests can help you with that. OWASP Zed Attack Proxy (ZAP) is a tool which can help you execute penetration tests for your application. In this post, you will learn how to setup ZAP and execute tests with the desktop client of ZAP. You will also need a preferably vulnerable application. For this purposes, Webgoat of OWASP will be used. In case you do not know what Webgoat is, you can read a previous post first. It might be a little bit outdated because Webgoat has been improved since then, but it will give you a good impression of what Webgoat is. It is advised to disconnect from the internet when using Webgoat because it may expose your machine to attacks.

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The Kubernetes Native Gateway Series (Part 1): Envoy at Scale

Gloo Edge is our Kubernetes native API gateway based on Envoy.

It provides Authentication (OAuth, JWT, API keys, JWT, …), Authorization (OPA, custom, …), Web Application Firewall (based on ModSecurity), function discovery (OpenAPI based, Lambda, …), advanced transformations, and much more.

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How To Run Test On macOS Using Selenium Safari Driver

We all know that Google Chrome is the most popular browser in the world. But do you know, with 17.24% of the overall browser market share, Safari is the second most popular one?

The reason behind Safari’s strong presence is that it is the default web browser for all Apple devices. And we know how much developers and coders love macOS, making it absolutely necessary to ensure that our websites’ are tested and optimized for all Safari versions.

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Develop a Scraper With Node.js, Socket.IO, and Vue.js/Nuxt.js

The incredible amount of data available publicly on the internet for any industry can be useful for market research. You can use this data in machine learning/big data to train your model with tens of thousands of entries.

Here, in this article, I’m going to discuss the development of a web scraper with Node.js, Cheerio.js, and send back-end data to Vue.js in the front-end. Along with that, I’m going to use a simple crawler Node.js package.

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Simple Quarkus Example With CORS

In this article, we will discuss how we can enable the CORS filter with Quarkus. This is very well described at Quarkus Documentation. As per the documentation:

Quarkus comes with a CORS filter which implements the javax.servlet.Filter interface and intercepts all incoming HTTP requests. It can be enabled in the Quarkus configuration file, src/main/resources/application.properties:

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