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Node.js and Microservices

Hello, 

Please consider the following picture: 

These are parts of a website written in Node.js. Each of them has its own package.json file. A normal website usually has an index.html file that the web server sees and the entire website is loaded. I have some questions:

1- Don’t microservices have something called index.html?

2- Should a container be created for each of these projects?

Thank you.

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@sibertApr 21.2024 — 1- Don’t microservices have something called index.html?

Normally No. But it depends on its purpose. A micro service can theoretically be a log in routine with pages. But normally there is only "endpoints".

2- Should a container be created for each of these projects?

If you mean docker container - it is not necessary but it may be an option.
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