What is Micronetes?
Developers mostly care about the projects and code they write. It's very hard today to run multiple applications (replicas or different applications) locally and set them up so that they can talk. Micronetes makes developing and testing microservices and distributed applications easier.
Micronetes is a tool in the Container Tools category of a tech stack.
Micronetes is an open source tool with 796 GitHub stars and 43 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Micronetes's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses Micronetes?
Why developers like Micronetes?
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- Coordinates multiple applications running both locally and remotely
- Natively understands .NET Core projects
- Injects various environment variables to communicate various pieces of information to the application
- Includes extension methods for resolving various addresses of other services
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