For this, you don’t need any tools other than Docker and minikube.
Running locally is useful for testing REST APIs and gRPC interaction. However, by default, we assume RabbitMQ is not running locally. That is, by default, services won’t publish and read messages.
Before you get started, you’ll need to install some tools.
All our services use Postgres. I have a script to do this in
You need to be able to compile protocol buffers with
To build all Go files, run:
To run your services, run each Make target in a different tab:
make run-auth make run-password-reset
To both build and run a specific service, you can run:
make auth make password-reset