blog #7 | m3o

I made a quick NodeJS app to check out the endpoints offered by Micro (m3o). I really like endpoints offered currently, I could see many of them being used in app development to save time on potentially annoying tasks like getting a weather forecast, or checking the sentiment of given text.

micro's homepage

After installing the npm package, its literally this easy to use:

client.call('helloworld', 'Call', {
        "name": "Alex"
    })
        .then(response => {
            console.log(response)
        })

No need to use fetch or axios (you can, but why not just install another npm package lol), which is cool.

The test repo I was using only demo's the npm package, so I can't speak to how well it works outside of NodeJS. I may do some more messing around with C# or something in the future, I mean most of the endpoints are free to try so why not? 🙂