Nitric Update - November 2023

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Tim Holm

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Thanks to some of our newest users for great feedback to improve the Nitric framework. Working with the community has helped us create and update documentation as well as identify and implement several enhancements in the past month.

✨ Improved CLI DX

CLI Sample

Our team has made a number of improvements to the experience with the Nitric CLI, making steps more intuitive so you can flow quickly through setting up your project and local testing, and then get improved deployment feedback. Take it for a spin to see for yourself: Nitric CLI documentation.

📄 Blog: Patterns as Code

Patterns are an important part of developing software – how do they come into play across applications and infrastructure? Read my latest article on our blog about bringing cloud primitives into the application layer to make applications inherently cloud-aware.

Patterns as Code

🔌 More Integration Guides

By popular demand we’re adding more guides on the best ways to integrate Nitric with your favorite services. Check out our most recent guides on Securing Nitric APIs with AWS Cognito and Setting up your Nitric CI/CD with Azure Pipelines. Something else you’d like to see? Let us know on our Discord.

📹 Video: Build REST APIs in Go

With our recent addition of Go support, we’ve created a quick guide to get started building cloud-native REST APIs in Go. In under 5 minutes, you can see how easy it is to build for the cloud with Nitric.

Watch the video

Nitric supports multiple languages, so check out the docs to get started in your language of choice.

👀 Article: The Hidden Toll of Infrastructure on Developer Productivity

Have you noticed how infrastructure tasks seem to constantly distract developers from writing code? Our VP of Engineering Rak Siva wrote an article for The New Stack about rethinking infrastructure delivery to improve productivity for both developers and platform teams.

Read the article

👋 Get in touch

Come chat with me and the Nitric team in Discord any time. We’d be happy to help you get started or answer any questions. Or connect through GitHub discussions – we’d love to hear from you.

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