Bit, an Israeli start-up that provides open source tools and a cloud platform to help frontend developers collaborate and build partially driven software, has raised $ 25 million in B-funded series Insight Partners
Microservices has revolutionized the way companies like Uber and Netflix build software, allowing them to create applications from small, action-based applications that connect via APIs. This works better than large, monolithic applications that are difficult to measure and maintain. With microservices, individual developers or teams can take a one-part responsibility.
While the concept of micro services has been used more in the backend, it is also now moving for adoption in the frontend, as companies look for ways to develop flexible, partially based software.