Introducing the Eventuate Local Console

We are super excited to announce that the Eventuate Local event store now has a simple console. It lets you browse the aggregate types and view aggregate instances. You can also see  a real-time view of the events as they are saved in the event store.

Here is a screenshot showing the TodoAggregate instances:

aggregateinstances

Here is a screenshot showing recent events:

aggregateevents

The UI is implemented using ReactJS UI and a NodeJS-based server. It is packaged as a Docker container image and can be run by defining the following container in your project’s docker-compose.yml:

consoleserver:
 image: eventuateio/eventuateio-local-console:0.12.0
 links:
 - mysql
 - zookeeper
 ports:
 - "8085:8080"
 environment:
 SPRING_DATASOURCE_URL: jdbc:mysql://mysql/eventuate
 SPRING_DATASOURCE_USERNAME: mysqluser
 SPRING_DATASOURCE_PASSWORD: mysqlpw
 EVENTUATELOCAL_ZOOKEEPER_CONNECTION_STRING: zookeeper:2181

Run the Eventuate Todo example application to see it in action.

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