Client applications must be able to react to events happening in the backend and notice data changes.
A modern project shouldn't need to change their software architecture or rewrite their code in a different language just because they succeed and get a lot of users.
Why settle with just one superpower when you can have them all working together? Evolving your app and adding integrations is pretty easy with Booster.
The way Booster stores the events makes it possible to recover any previous state of the system. It’s like turning back time whenever you want to.
Why go Serverless to avoid managing infrastructure when you can implicitly infer your Serverless architecture from your code and not even deal with that?
(retail, e-commerce, omnichannel applications, warehouse management, etc.)
Booster is a general-purpose framework that has several advantages over other solutions: