I will write the knowledge that is the premise of the tutorial. You may want to read it briefly before proceeding to the tutorial.
--Developed as the infrastructure for the Folio LSP project, it consists of Okapi, Stripes and other components. --It's like an OS, it's a basic part of Folio.
--Multi-tenant --Expandable (each tenant can choose an app to suit their needs)
—— Dividing the function into apps. Example: Invoice app, vendor app, payment app, etc. --Each app has its own business logic and data storage. --Apps communicate with each other through API. * API must be the same version
To put it the other way around, you shouldn't use an app that directly takes data from other apps, such as SQL.
--The backend is a microservices architecture called Okapi. --Adopts the API Gateway pattern for microservices. --For more information https://github.com/folio-org/okapi/blob/master/doc/guide.md --Create and maintain Okapi using the RAML Module Builder (RMB) framework.
Features provided by Okapi-Stripes Platform
--mod-users: Manage user details in the system --mod-permissions: Ability to determine if the requested operation is allowed --mod-authtoken: Session management --mod-configuration: configuration management
--Modern development. --The following practices are documented in the infrastructure management code (folio-infrastructure, folio-ansible, folio-install) and documentation. --Continuous Integration / Continuous Delivery Pipeline (CI / CD) --Automatic testing --Tool standardization --Expected code coverage --Deployment pattern --An established environment that allows development teams to integrate new code and features (maybe Docker) --The following CLI (Command Line Tool) is available for convenient development on the platform. - Okapi-CLI - Stripes-CLI
--RAML: An abbreviation for RESTful API Modeling Language, a modeling language for designing YAML-based RESTful APIs. --For details, see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RAML_(software) --What is RMB: When you define an API or object in a RAML file or schema file, RMB will generate the code for you. --For more information https://github.com/folio-org/raml-module-builder --What is Ansible: Red Hat's open source configuration management tool --For more information https://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ansible_(%E3%82%BD%E3%83%95%E3%83%88%E3%82%A6%E3%82%A7%E3% 82% A2)
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