Lumen is an open source microservices framework based on Laravel. It is used for building fast and high performing web applications and APIs with PHP microframeworks.
This instructor-led, live training (online or onsite) is aimed at developers who wish to use Lumen to build Laravel-based microservices and applications.
By the end of this training, participants will be able to:
- Set up the necessary development environment to start developing microservices with Lumen.
- Understand the benefits of implementing microservices using Lumen and PHP.
- Perform and implement the microservices functions and operations using the Lumen framework.
- Protect and control access to the microservices architectures by building security layers.
Format of the Course
- Interactive lecture and discussion.
- Lots of exercises and practice.
- Hands-on implementation in a live-lab environment.
Course Customization Options
- To request a customized training for this course, please contact us to arrange.
- PHP programming experience.
- Overview of Lumen features and architecture
- Basic concepts and components
- Installing Lumen
- Defining route parameters
- Setting up a middleware
- Configuring controllers
- HTTP requests and responses
- Building the authors’ model
- Generating test data
- Managing authors with controllers
- Creating routes for CRUD operations
- Standardizing responses
Implementing Microservices Functions
- Showing the list of microservices authors
- Creating new author instances
- Identifying an author with a given ID
- Editing an existing author
- Removing an author from a microservice
Implementing Gateway Functions
- Setting up a project for API Gateway using Composer
- Obtaining list of authors through Gateway controllers
- Creating authors using Gateway controllers and services
- Showing, editing, and deleting author instances
- Performing operations using microservices
- Handling Gateway errors
Securing Microservices Architecture
- Enabling Lumen Passport components
- Configuring Lumen to use Passport
- Protecting Gateway routes
- Using access tokens for API Gateway
- Authenticating API Gateway requests
- Restricting direct access to the author service
Managing Users and Access Tokens
- Migrating users from Laravel
- Creating controller and routes for managing users
- Refining details for user operations
- Creating users and using their credentials to obtain tokens
- Identifying authenticated users through access token
Troubleshooting Tips and Best Practices
Summary and Next Steps