Simple template to create a spring boot back-end with create react app front-end combined into a microservice
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ThomasBem Feature/version bumps (#1)
Backend dependency bumps:

spring-boot 1.5.7
springfox-loader 1.2.0
cglib-nodep 3.2.5
gradle wrapper 4.2
Frontend dependency bumps:

React 16
flow-bin 0.57.3
enzyme 3.1
concurrently 3.5.0
Latest commit a8e04c8 Oct 20, 2017

###Spring-Boot-Create-React-App Build Status

Initial setup of your machine:

  1. Install Yarn
  2. Run yarn global add flow-typed
  3. Install watchman brew update && brew install watchman

Setup project:

  1. Clone the repo with project name: git clone <project_name>
  2. cd <project_name>
  3. Run gradle setup: ./

When adding new modules to package.json, run flow-typed install. This fetches flow type definitions for npm modules if they exist.

Run front-end for development

  1. cd <project_name>-web
  2. Run yarn run start to startup the front-end with a mock back-end using json-server
  3. Navigate to localhost:3000

Screenshot of the tool

Build and run full stack

  1. Run ./gradlew to build project
  2. cd <project_name>-api/build/libs/
  3. Type java -jar then tab to auto complete to latest version. First time this should be, java -jar <project_name>-0.0.1-SNAPSHOT.jar

How to deploy application to Heroku

  1. Create new app in Heroku
  2. Add .travis.yml to cloned project and replace project-name and heroku-app-name (See code block below)
  3. Push to Github and enabled TravisCI to build the project
  4. Add HEROKU_API_KEY environment variable to Travis with your HEROKU_API_TOKEN (Can be found in Heroku or using Heroku cli - heroku auth:token)
language: java
- oraclejdk8
 - nvm install $NODE_VERSION
 - nvm use $NODE_VERSION
 - curl -sL | sudo -E bash -
 - sudo apt-get install -y nodejs
 - npm install -g yarn
 - wget
 - tar -xf heroku-linux-amd64.tar.gz
 - ./heroku/bin/heroku plugins:install heroku-cli-deploy
 - ./gradlew
 - ./heroku/bin/heroku jar:deploy _project-name_-api/build/libs/*.jar --app _heroku-app-name_ HEROKU_API_KEY

Now go have fun!