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Try in PWD Clean Architecture Implementation of a Personal Wallet Web Api

The simplest demo on how to implement a Web Api using .NET Core and Entity Framework that protects the business rules from framework dependencies by following the Clean Architecture Principles.

🐳 Running From The Docker Image

docker run -e ASPNETCORE_ENVIRONMENT="Development" -p 5500:80 ivanpaulovich/clean-architecture-webapi-ef-core

🚀 Running From Source

To run on top of a InMemory persistance layer simple run:

dotnet run --environment="dev" --project source/MyWallet.WebApi/MyWallet.WebApi.csproj

To run on top of a SQL Server persistance layer you need to setup the SQL Server database in steps ahead then run:

dotnet run --environment="production" --project source/MyWallet.WebApi/MyWallet.WebApi.csproj

Then navigate to the Swagger URL http://localhost:5500/ or run in command-line:

curl -X POST "http://localhost:5500/api/Customers" -H "accept: application/json" -H "Content-Type: application/json-patch+json" -d "{ \"personnummer\": \"198608178877\", \"name\": \"string\", \"initialAmount\": 440}"

💾 SQL Server Database

If you wanna use Entity Framework, setup the SQL Server then update the database via dotnet EF Tool.

Update the Database

dotnet ef database update --project source/MyWallet.Infrastructure --startup-project source/MyWallet.WebApi

Add Migration

Run the EF Tool to add a migration to the MyWallet.Infrastructure project.

dotnet ef migrations add "InitialCreate" -o "EntityFrameworkDataAccess/Migrations" --project source/MyWallet.Infrastructure --startup-project source/MyWallet.WebApi

Setup the SQL Server in Docker

To run SQL Server container images with Docker use:

sudo docker pull
sudo docker run -e 'ACCEPT_EULA=Y' -e 'SA_PASSWORD=<YourStrong!Passw0rd>' -p 1433:1433 --name sql1 -d
sudo docker exec -it sql1 /opt/mssql-tools/bin/sqlcmd -S localhost -U SA -P '<YourStrong!Passw0rd>' -Q 'ALTER LOGIN SA WITH PASSWORD="<YourNewStrong!Passw0rd>"'

It will enable a SQL Server running on Server=localhost;User Id=sa;Password=<YourNewStrong!Passw0rd>; for more details checkout the docs at How to run a SQL Server in a Docker Container.

🏁 Requirements

Developed and Tested using:

  • MacOS Sierra
  • VSCode ❤️
  • .NET SDK 2.2.
  • Docker 🐳
  • SQL Server via Docker container.

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