Build and Run the application

The API generated consists of configuration to be run locally or on a docker container.

Build and run locally

Move to the <PROJECT-NAME>/src/api folder and run the next commands in Command Prompt or Powershell

dotnet restore
dotnet build
dotnet run --project xxAMIDOxx.xxSTACKSxx.API/xxAMIDOxx.xxSTACKSxx.API.csproj

Build and run in docker container

From the <PROJECT-NAME>/src/api folder, build a Docker image using e.g. the command below:

Build docker image
docker build -t dotnet-api .

This uses the Dockerfile in this folder to generate the Docker image.

After the creation of the Docker image, the Docker container can be run using the command below:

Run docker container
docker run -p 5000:80 --mount type=bind,source=/path/to/PROJECT-NAME/src/api/xxAMIDOxx.xxSTACKSxx.API/appsettings.json,target=/app/config/appsettings.json`

Verify that the application has started

Browse to http://localhost:5000/v1/menu. This should return a valid JSON response.

The application configuration uses Swagger/OAS3 to represent the API endpoints. The Swagger UI can be viewed by directing your browser to http://localhost:5000/swagger/index.html.