Quarkus is a Kubernetes Native Java stack designed for serverless application delivery. Quarkus benefits from 20 years of Java history to make developing applications faster and easier. Getting to know Quarkus makes your development faster, and it helps you produce flexible applications for the modern computer network.
Part of publishing services on the cloud is providing users and developers easy access to those services through easy and reliable means. One of the most popular methods of interfacing with applications online is through an application programming interface (API), a fancy term that means you allow users to interact with your app through code.
The API concept is significant because it helps others build upon your app. Suppose you design a website that returns a random number when a user clicks a button. Normally, that would require a user to navigate to your site and click a button. The site might be useful, but only to a point. If you included an API, a user could just send a signal to your server requesting a random number, or they could program something of their own that "calls" your server for a number with no clicking or manual interaction required. A developer could use your random number as a value for a game or as part of a passphrase generator or whatever else developers need random numbers for (there's always something). A good API unlocks your application for others to use your code's results, transforming your work on the web into, essentially, a software library.
Quarkus is a Kubernetes Native Java stack designed for serverless application delivery. Compared to Java, which is 20 years old, Quarkus is relatively young but benefits from those two decades of development to produce, in the project's terms, "Supersonic Subatomic Java." Probably nobody knows exactly what that phrase means, but you can certainly get a feel for what Quarkus can mean to your development life just by using it for an afternoon.
Quarkus lets you develop applications with a useful API with little to no configuration and without worrying about bootstrapping a complex environment. You don't have to learn everything there is to know about the cloud or about edge computing to learn and excel at Quarkus. Getting to know Quarkus makes your development faster, and it helps you produce flexible applications for the modern computer network.
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