Elliot Forbes | Duration: 2 h | Video: H264 3840x2160 | Audio: AAC 48 kHz 2ch | 1,18 GB | Language: English
This course is specifically designed to help teach you how you can build your own production-ready gRPC microservices in Go.
Since starting my journey into Go, I’ve worked on a large number of different services across a range of different business domains. In this course, I’m going to attempt to capture everything I’ve learned over the years building gRPC services and present it in a way that will empower you to build more maintainable and easily tested microservices.
We’ll start from scratch, and build up our application over time, introducing concepts such as mocking and unit testing the business logic of our service. We’ll then look at how we can add a database to our service and run migrations automatically when our application starts up.
Once we’ve gotten the core components of our application up and running, we’ll then look at Protocol buffers and how we can build out a monorepo that will contain all of our protobuf definitions.
And finally, we’ll then look at wrapping our service with a gRPC server and appropriate gRPC handler functions that other services can then interact with.
My ultimate goal for this course is to provide you with everything you need in order to go off and build your own microservices in Go that follow best practices.
Throughout this course, we will be covering the following topics
• Setting Up Your Project
• Running Database Migrations
• gRPC Overview
• Structuring Your gRPC Services
• gRPC Clients
• Writing your first Protocol Buffer definitions
• Writing Maintainable, well-structured packages
• Protocol Buffer Mono-repos
• Error Handling
• Integration and Acceptance Testing