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ASP.NET Core 2.0 E-commerce Web Site Based on Microservices

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ASP.NET Core 2.0 E-commerce Web Site Based on Microservices

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Created by: F. Frank Ozz
Asp.net Core Microservices Architecture and Docker Containers Based Ecommerce With Stripe Payment Gateway
What you'll learn
Designing web apis with Aspnetcore 2.0
Calling a webapi from an mvc client via a custom developed class
Desining and building an Authorization Server for Token Authenctication of your mvc client and web api end points
Writing dockerfiles to containerize web apis
Creating docker containers of database servers , mssqlserver, mysqlserver and redis respectively
SwaggerUI integration with your apis for automatic documentation of your web api end points
Learning to incorporate messaging between your microserivces via RabbitMQ server container
Integration of 3rd Party Stripe Payment APi Gateway with your site.
Writing-up a docker-compose file for your whole app's containers in the form of services
Using EntityFrameworkCore for ORM needs with not only MSSQL Server but also with MySQL Server
Using a highly scalable Redis data storage for shopping cart microservice data
Developing distributed apps using RabbitMQ and MassTransit
Using Autıfac Dependency Injection Library
Knowledge of C# programming language
You will find discount code in course landing page
Hi Colleagues,
I have started updating the asp.net core version of the source code from asp.net core 2.0 to 2.2. The updating work has already been completed up to Section 5(Episode 4)- AUTHORIZATION SERVER .
You will find the new source code in the resources section of the section 28 and 35. The zip files have V22 at the end.
I have also changed the mssql server docker image to a recent one. Its name and location has also changed. One problem that some of you experienced in connecting your productcatalog microservice with the database container have also been solved with the new docker-compose.yml and the startup file contents in both of which I have made changes as far as connection string is concerned.
This course is about building an e-commerce web application from scratch using the latest technologies offered by Microsoft and Docker company and based on microservice architecture such that the application's microservices all run in their independent containers and communicate with each other via messaging when required otherwise mvc client will coordinate the actions of microservices. we'll have 5 microservices running including the mvc client application
The site we are going to build, utilizes many technologies working side by side to make clearly separated and independently deployable microservice projects but brought together in a loosely coupled manner for a common cause via an AspNet Core MVC Client application. .
The course teaches you also dockerizing your microservice projects, utilizing docker database containers and building a docker-compose file for the automation of microservice container creation
This course also teaches you how to safeguard your web apis and your mvc client app via an Authorization Server microservice that will be built based on IdentityServer4 ( which makes use of OAuth2 and OpenIDConnect protocol ) in collaboration with AspNet Identity.
No modern webapi is accepted as a good webapi unless it has a documentation page showing its capabilities. To that end you will learn how to incorporate Swagger package in your webapis for documentation of your webapi end points and testing of your end points through a colorful user interface.
The site will also be integrated with the Stripe Payment Gateway so that users can pay for the items they buy from your site
Lastly you will learn that in some cases it is required that two microservices may need to send messages to each other for indirect communication. The RabbitMQ server in collaboration with MassTransit and Autofac Dependency Injection library and some related nuget packages will come to our resque to provide us with an event bus through which we can achieve this.
Hence the course is full of modern ideas and technologies, which will enable you gain a lot of technological weapons in today's fast moving technology world.
So buy the course and do not stay behind!
Who this course is for:
aspnet core web and web api application developers
software architects wanting to learn microservices applied to aspnet core
aspnetcore developers wanting to develop an e-commerce site with containerized microservices architecture
aspnet developers wanting to learn dockerizing their applications and building docker-compose files
dotnet developers wanting to learn messaging using RabbitMQ and MassTransit
ASP.NET Core 2.0 E-commerce Web Site Based on Microservices

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