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.NET Microservices – Full Course for Beginners

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Syllabus

) Module 1- Welcome to the course!.
) Development environment setup.
) Customizing VS Code for C# Development.
) What's wrong with the monolith?.
) What are microservices?.
) Module 2- Your first microservice.
) Creating a microservice via the .NET CLI.
) Introduction to the REST API and DTOs.
) Adding the DTOs.
) Adding the REST API operations.
) Handling invalid inputs.
) Module 3- Adding database storage.
) Introduction to the repository pattern and MongoDB.
) Implementing a MongoDB repository.
) Using the repository in the controller.
) Introduction to Docker.
) Trying out the REST API with a MongoDB container.
) Introduction to Dependency Injection and Configuration.
) Implementing dependency injection and configuration.
) Module 4- Preparing for the next microservice.
) Using Postman.
) Reusing common code via NuGet.
) Refactoring into a generic MongoDB repository.
) Refactoring MongoDB registration into extension methods.
) Moving generic code into a reusable NuGet package.
) Introduction to Docker Compose.
) Moving MongoDB to docker compose.
) Module 5- Synchronous inter-service communication.
) Creating the Inventory microservice.
) Introduction to synchronous communication.
) Implementing synchronous communication via IHttpClientFactory.
) Understanding timeouts and retries with exponential backoff.
) Implementing a timeout policy via Polly.
) Implementing retries with exponential backoff.
) Understanding the circuit breaker pattern.
) Implementing the circuit breaker pattern.
) Module 6- Asynchronous inter-service communication.
) Introduction to asynchronous communication.
) Defining the message contracts.
) Publishing messages via MassTransit.
) Standing up a RabbitMQ docker container.
) Refactoring MassTransit configuration into the reusable NuGet package.
) Consuming messages for eventual data consistency.
) Removing the inter-service synchronous communication.
) Module 7- Initial Frontend Integration.
) Installing Node.js.
) Getting started with the frontend.
) Understanding CORS.
) Adding the CORS middleware.
) Exploring the frontend to microservices communication.
) Next Steps.

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