We get asked a lot - How can I contribute? What is Express Gateway all about? Well, here’s your chance to check out what other developers are talking about and prioritizing when it comes to what they’d like to see in the next generation API Gateway. If you’re looking to make an impact on a popular open source project, read on, upvote or just share your feedback. Let’s go!
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Interview Pt.2 - Vincenzo Chianese at Oracle Cloud Conference, Chicago
In partnership with Auth0, we joined thousands of developers, architects and technical executives for Oracle Cloud conference in Chicago. They say that the Oracle Community is built by developers for developers. That is definitely something we can appreciate. Vincenzo Chianese, engineer for LunchBadger (co-sponsor of Express Gateway), shared an expert workshop in partnership with Auth0 and had the chance for a live interview. Here are more excerpts from that interview.
Interview - Vincenzo Chianese at Oracle Cloud, Chicago
We joined thousands of developers, architects and technical executives for Oracle Cloud conference in Chicago. During the trip, Vincenzo Chianese, engineer for LunchBadger (co-sponsor of Express Gateway), shared an expert workshop in partnership with Auth0 and had the chance for a live interview.
What's inside Express Gateway 1.8.0
We’ve come a long way! Express Gateway is becoming more popular every single day thanks to our amazing community of developers, gazers and contributors.
In this release, we’re bringing two new features and crushing a few pesky bugs. Also, based on community feedback, we’ve done a little code reorganization. If you’re interested in contributing, we’d love to connect. In the meantime, learn more about what’s inside Express Gateway 1.8.0!
Dev Round-up - JWT, Env Var and a little Express.js
Thanks to the hard work and dedicated developer community we have experienced some of the biggest milestones to date. Now it’s time to share a quick round up of the most popular posts, How-Tos and videos in case you may have missed all of the action. Also, get a sneak peek at what’s in store for the next release!
Application Specific Metrics Using Express Gateway in Production
As a follow up to our last post on how you can get started with application specific metrics using Express Gateway, we’d love to show you a real time example that you can use. By the end of this post, you’ll have everything you need to start building your own plugins and getting metrics on information you care about.
How To Get Application Specific Metrics Using Express Gateway
Unless you’re building a proof of concept or an application that’s not aiming to reach the production, you definitely want to add monitoring and metrics to your system. In this installment we’re going to look how Express-Gateway can help you to add application specific metrics and expose them through an HTTP endpoint that can be queried by an external service, such as Prometheus.
Ship, Ship - Hooray! 1.7.3 is here.
It’s true, we’ve slowed down on Express Gateway. Why? We’ve been pretty busy supporting developers deploying instances of Express Gateway on production environments. We are thrilled at this opportunity, but like any other open source project we’ve found a few edge cases. So, where to go from here?
Getting Started with JSON Web Tokens and Express Gateway
In case you missed the important news - we released an update to Express Gateway with support for JSON Web Tokens (JWT). Now, we’d like to take a moment and go into more depth on how you can get started with JWT and Express Gateway.