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Programming language: Makefile
License: MIT License
Tags: RESTful API     Templates     Setup     Engineering     Utilities     Python    
Latest version: v0.0.6

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Quick Start

To use this repository as starter for your project you can run configure_project.sh script, which sets up all variables and file names. This way you can avoid configuring and renaming things yourself:

./configure_project.sh MODULE="coolproject" REGISTRY="docker.pkg.github.com/martinheinz/repo-name"


Using Python Interpreter

~ $ make run

Using Docker

Development image:

~ $ make build-dev
~ $ docker images --filter "label=name=blueprint"
REPOSITORY                                                             TAG                 IMAGE ID            CREATED             SIZE
docker.pkg.github.com/martinheinz/python-project-blueprint/blueprint   3492a40-dirty       acf8d09acce4        28 seconds ago      967MB
~ $ docker run acf8d09acce4
Hello World...

Production (Distroless) image:

~ $ make build-prod VERSION=0.0.5
~ $ docker images --filter "label=version=0.0.5"
REPOSITORY                                                             TAG                 IMAGE ID            CREATED             SIZE
docker.pkg.github.com/martinheinz/python-project-blueprint/blueprint   0.0.5               65e6690d9edd        5 seconds ago       86.1MB
~ $ docker run 65e6690d9edd
Hello World...


Test are ran every time you build dev or prod image. You can also run tests using:

~ $ make test

Pushing to GitHub Package Registry

~ $ docker login docker.pkg.github.com --username MartinHeinz
Password: ...
Login Succeeded
~ $ make push VERSION=0.0.5


Clean Pytest and coverage cache/files:

~ $ make clean

Clean Docker images:

~ $ make docker-clean


Application can be easily deployed on k8s using KinD.

To create cluster and/or view status:

~ $ make cluster

To deploy application to local cluster:

~ $ make deploy-local

To get debugging information of running application:

~ $ make cluster-debug

To get remote shell into application pod:

~ $ make cluster-rsh

To apply/update Kubernetes manifest stored in k8s directory:

~ $ make manifest-update

Setting Up Sonar Cloud

  • Navigate to https://sonarcloud.io/projects
  • Click plus in top right corner -> analyze new project
  • Setup with other CI tool -> other -> Linux
  • Copy -Dsonar.projectKey= and -Dsonar.organization=
    • These 2 values go to sonar-project.properties file
  • Click pencil at bottom of sonar-scanner command
  • Generate token and save it
  • Go to repo -> Settings tab -> Secrets -> Add a new secret
    • name: SONAR_TOKEN
    • value: Previously copied token

Creating Secret Tokens

Token is needed for example for GitHub Package Registry. To create one:

  • Go to Settings tab
  • Click Secrets
  • Click Add a new secret
    • Name: name that will be accessible in GitHub Actions as secrets.NAME
    • Value: value