This repository contains the monolith service from Udacity's server-side Swift curriculum. The monolith is a simple Swift server that exposes three endpoints:
- returns a basic message
- when provided a valid username/password, returns an auth token
- when provided a valid auth token, returns a "secure" message
To experiment with the endpoints, see the Lesson 1: Monolith Docs on Apiary.
Also, the monolith uses the Swift Package Manager to manage dependencies.
How to Use
The monolith service can technically be built to run on macOS or Ubuntu Linux. However, we recommend building for Ubuntu Linux since that will likely be the environment used if you were to deploy the monolith into the cloud. Furthermore, to assure consistency between development and possible deployment environments, Docker is used. Take the following steps to build and run the monolith:
1] Build the Docker Image
docker build -t s3-monolith:1.0.0 .
2] Run the Docker Image (start Bash shell)
docker run --privileged --rm -it -v $(pwd):/app -p 8080:8080 s3-monolith:1.0.0 /bin/bash
3] Build the Monolith
# assuming you are located at /app swift build
4] Run the Monolith
# assuming you are located at /app .build/debug/monolith
5] Test an Endpoint!