CoolStore Website is a containerised microservices application consisting of services based on .NET Core running on Dapr. It demonstrates how to wire up small microservices into a larger application using microservice architectural principals.
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- User clicks to the detail product
- Populate product information for shopping cart items
- Order gets detail information of buyer
|productcatalogapp, inventoryapp, shoppingcartapp, identityapp|
|State management||Items in the shopping cart||shoppingcartapp|
|Publish and subscribe||User clicks checkout button, and the checkout process happens. It triggers the pub/sub flow in the system||shoppingcartapp, saleapp, identityapp|
|Resource bindings||Every 30 seconds and 1 minutes the validation process happens. It will change the status of order from Received to Process and Complete via Cron binding||productcatalogapp, inventoryapp|
|Observability||All apps in the application are injected by daprd so that it's tracked and observed by dapr||identityapp, webapigatewayapp, inventoryapp, productcatalogapp, shoppingcartapp, saleapp, web|
|Secrets||Bind with local secret file to hide password of redis||inventoryapp, productcatalogapp, shoppingcartapp, saleapp|
$ tye run
http://localhost:8000, and you're able to access to several endpoints whenevever it's ready as below:
$ tye run tye.slim.yaml
$ dapr run --app-port 5001 --app-id identityapp dotnet run -- -p src\Services\Identity\IdentityService\IdentityService.csproj
$ dapr run --app-port 5002 --app-id inventoryapp dotnet run -- -p src\Services\Inventory\InventoryService.Api\InventoryService.Api.csproj
$ dapr run --app-port 5003 --app-id productcatalogapp dotnet run -- -p src\Services\ProductCatalog\ProductCatalogService.Api\ProductCatalogService.Api.csproj
$ dapr run --app-port 5004 --app-id shoppingcartapp dotnet run -- -p src\Services\ShoppingCart\ShoppingCartService.Api\ShoppingCartService.Api.csproj
Now, you can start to develop, debug or explore more about
tye via Coolstore Apps.
vm.max_map_countfor ElasticSearch via run
sysctl -w vm.max_map_count=262144
Windows 10- The OS for developing and building this demo application.
WSL2 - Ubuntu OS- the subsystem that helps to run easily the bash shell on Windows OS
Docker for desktop (Kubernetes enabled)- The easiest tool to run Docker, Docker Swarm and Kubernetes on Mac and Windows
AKS- The app is designed to run on Kubernetes (both locally on "Docker for Desktop" as well as on the cloud with AKS)
helm- Best package manager to find, share, and use software built for Kubernetes
dapr- An event-driven, portable runtime for building microservices on cloud and edge
tye- A developer tool that makes developing, testing, and deploying microservices and distributed applications easier
.NET Core 5- .NET Framework and .NET Core, including ASP.NET and ASP.NET Core
IdentityServer4- Identity and Access Control solution for .NET Core
YARP- A toolkit for developing high-performance HTTP reverse proxy applications
FluentValidation- Popular .NET validation library for building strongly-typed validation rules
MediatR- Simple, unambitious mediator implementation in .NET
EF Core- Modern object-database mapper for .NET. It supports LINQ queries, change tracking, updates, and schema migrations
Scrutor- Assembly scanning and decoration extensions for Microsoft.Extensions.DependencyInjection
serilog- Simple .NET logging with fully-structured events
NEST- Elasticsearch.Net & NEST
create-react-app- A modern web app by running one command
Guidance for developing µService can be found at Clean Domain-Driven Design in 10 minutes
leveland filter with
Then, you can find the exception happend in code via Kibana dashboard with settings above. Grab the
TraceId, then paste it to
Zipkin dashboard, then you can see the tracing of this request as the following picture
git checkout -b my-new-feature
git commit -am 'Add some feature'
git push origin my-new-feature
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Code released under the MIT license.