Implementing App Engine microservices with Android Studio
I want to create multiple services for the backend of my Android App, because some modules will be called by the users, but others have to start automatically each X hours with a cron.xml setting of Google App Engine. However when I deploy each module from Android Studio to my Google Cloud Platform Project, only the last deployed is online. I know that I can use versions to make a differentiation between modules, but this is more like a hacky solution no? I want to know if there is way to create a App Engine microservice architecture with Android Studio? Or the only solution is to deploy as different version? Thanks for your help.
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