Wild Workouts is an example Go DDD project that we created to show how to build Go applications that are easy to develop, maintain, and fun to work with, especially in the long term!
The idea for this series, is to apply DDD by refactoring. This process is in progress! Please check articles, to know the current progress.
No application is perfect from the beginning. With over a dozen coming articles, we will uncover what issues you can find in the current implementation. We will also show how to fix these issues and achieve clean implementation by refactoring.
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- api OpenAPI and gRPC definitions
- docker Dockerfiles
- internal application code
- scripts deployment and development scripts
- terraform – infrastructure definition
The example application is available at https://threedotslabs-wildworkouts.web.app/.
> docker-compose up # ... web_1 | INFO Starting development server... web_1 | DONE Compiled successfully in 6315ms11:18:26 AM web_1 | web_1 | web_1 | App running at: web_1 | - Local: http://localhost:8080/ web_1 | web_1 | It seems you are running Vue CLI inside a container. web_1 | Access the dev server via http://localhost:<your container's external mapped port>/ web_1 | web_1 | Note that the development build is not optimized. web_1 | To create a production build, run yarn build.
Google Cloud Deployment
> cd terraform/ > make Fill all required parameters: project [current: wild-workouts project]: # <----- put your Wild Workouts Google Cloud project name here (it will be created) user [current: firstname.lastname@example.org]: # <----- put your Google (Gmail, G-suite etc.) e-mail here billing_account [current: My billing account]: # <----- your billing account name, can be found here https://console.cloud.google.com/billing region [current: europe-west1]: firebase_location [current: europe-west]: # it may take a couple of minutes... The setup is almost done! Now you need to enable Email/Password provider in the Firebase console. To do this, visit https://console.firebase.google.com/u/0/project/[your-project]/authentication/providers You can also downgrade the subscription plan to Spark (it's set to Blaze by default). The Spark plan is completely free and has all features needed for running this project. Congratulations! Your project should be available at: https://[your-project].web.app If it's not, check if the build finished successfully: https://console.cloud.google.com/cloud-build/builds?project=[your-project] If you need help, feel free to contact us at https://threedots.tech