The best way to get started with
Ecotone is to use it to build something realistic.
We will build a small back-end for shopping system during this tutorial. The techniques you’ll learn in the tutorial are fundamental to building any application using
In doing so, you'll learn the architectural concepts behind the software and start to learn its capabilities. You will learn how to build types of applications that may have seemed impossible or really, really hard to make prior to learning Ecotone.
The tutorial is divided into several sections:
Lesson 1, we will learn the fundamentals of Ecotone: Endpoints, Messages, Channels, Gateways and using Command Query Responsibility Segregation (CQRS) on top of that
Lesson 2, we will learn using Tactical Domain Driven Design (DDD): Aggregates, Repositories and also Event Handlers
Lesson 3, we will learn how to use Converters
Lesson 4, we will learn about Metadata and Method Invocation
Lesson 5, we will learn about Interceptors, to handle cross cutting concerns
Lesson 6, we we will learn about Scheduling And Asynchronous Endpoints
You don’t have to complete all of the lessons at once to get the value out of this tutorial. You may start benefit from the tutorial even if it’s one or two lessons.
Use git to download a starting point to follow the tutorial. Tutorial is simple Command Line based application.
git clone email@example.com:ecotoneframework/quickstart-symfony.git# Go to quickstart-symfony catalog
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:ecotoneframework/quickstart-laravel.git# Go to quickstart-laravel catalog# Normally you will use "php artisan" for running console commands# To reduce number of difference "artisan" is changed to "bin/console"
2. Run command line application. There are two options, run on your Local Environment or using Docker
/** You need to have atleast PHP 7.3 and Composer installed */1. Run "composer install"2. Run starting command "bin/console ecotone:quickstart"3. You should see:"Running example...Hello WorldGood job, scenario ran with success!"
/** Ecotone Quickstart ships with docker-compose with preinstalled PHP 7.4 */1. Run "docker-compose up -d" // It will automatically download composer packages2. Enter container "docker exec -it ecotone-quickstart /bin/bash"3. Run starting command "bin/console ecotone:quickstart"4. You should see:"Running example...Hello WorldGood job, scenario ran with success!"