step-by-step tutorial on how to build gRPC server with mortar
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NOTE This tutorial is outdated, instead read here: https://go-masonry.github.io and use this template

This tutorial will explain how to build a gRPC web service using go-masonry/mortar step by step.


How to read this tutorial

There are 7 parts in this tutorial, each part adds on top of previous one

  1. Tutorial service API
  2. Project structure and business logic
  3. Dependency Injection and Mortar
  4. Wiring/Instrumentation of everything together
  5. Mortar Middleware (Tracing, Monitoring, etc)
  6. Tests example
  7. Makefile

You can create a local git repository and copy 01-api to it. Once you seen/understand the code, commit. Then copy 02-api contents to your directory. This will overwrite some code.

Repeat for each subsequent part. This way you will have git to show you what actually changed.

*** Make sure to adjust imports accordingly.

Alternate way to pass through tutorial

Read the docs of all 7 parts described above and clone the alternate-example. You'll find there almost the same code organized in a different way: there are 2 independent microservices and common module.

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