This is the last tutorial of the series to build full stack CRUD applications using API backend and API management on Kubernetes. Here we will add the last piece, which is the actual frontend to consume the API.

The overview of the tutorial series is shown here:

In this part we will develop a React.js based web application in Visual Studio code, we will wrap it in a docker container and deploy it onto the Kubernetes cluster. The App will redirect to the access manager for login, and if successful consume the API.

What you will need to run this tutorial

  • The result of previous…

This tutorial deals with setting up Gravitee Access Managment for OAuth2 based authentication towards an API. It is the third part of the tutorial series

If you followed the tutorial, you meanwhile have an API in places with token based access control using Gravitee API management. Now, we will

  • Deploy Gravitee Access Management onto Kubernetes to provide user based access to the API
  • Configure OAuth2 / OIDC to allow user based access to our API
  • Configure role based access to API functions

What you will need to run this tutorial

You will need to have:

  • An internet accessible Kubernetes cluster onto which you can run kubectl commands (e.g…

This article goes out to those, who would like to get all pieces together for a full stack development on Kubernetes. Focus is here on integrating essential pieces together.

There are great tutorials out there on this topic, but I was lacking a comprehensive oversight onto all items to be performed. So, I decided to give back to the community and put my notes online here. I will refer to the tutorials, which helped me for getting started and combine them with those pieces, which I found scattered around. …


This tutorial continues on my previous one to prepare a .NET 5.0 webapi for Kubernetes deployment:

It is part of a multi-series tutorial for full stack development using .NET 5.0 for API development, Gravitee for API management and React for frontend development:

Topic here, will be to release the previously build webapi on a Kubernetes cluster, and managing public access to the webapi using API management. I am a fan of gravitee.io.

I find its feature set just amazing and it is open source. Thanks to Gravitee, at the end of the tutorial series, we’ll have all pieces together, such…


This tutorial deals with preparing a .NET based webapi for Kubernetes deployment.

It is part of a multi-series tutorial for full stack development using .NET 5.0 for API development, Gravitee for API management and React for frontend development:

Here, we will strip away all those code pieces , which we will handle in later articles by an API gateway or the Kubernetes cluster itself. …

Thomas Scherer

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