Go-Gin web application

This application was generated with sonic

Prerequisites

To bring up all the dependencies, run docker-compose up -Vd

Afterwards, enable the Transit engine for Vault with vault secrets enable transit

Also, you may want to run source .env to load Peatio, Barong and Sonic public keys for development use

[Optional] To load the Vault policy and create a token, follow these steps: 1. Open config/sonic.hcl and substitute deployment_id with your actual deployment ID 2. Run sh export VAULT_ADDR=http://localhost:8200 export VAULT_TOKEN=*changeme* vault policy write *deployment_id*_sonic config/sonic.hcl vault token create -policy *deployment_id*_sonic -period=768h

Peatio Management Scopes
  read_engines:
    mandatory_signers:
      - sonic
    permitted_signers:
      - sonic
  write_engines:
    mandatory_signers:
      - sonic
    permitted_signers:
      - sonic
  read_markets:
    mandatory_signers:
      - sonic
    permitted_signers:
      - sonic
  write_markets:
    mandatory_signers:
      - sonic
    permitted_signers:
      - sonic
  1. Use the resulting Vault token when running the application

How to run Sonic with a frontend

  1. Copy your frontend application source files to the client/ folder

  2. Use the Makefile: make asset This will run the build command in client/ and move the build output to public/assets/.

Warning: Make sure to build your client (frontend) into the build/ folder, if it's a different folder, you must update your client (frontend) or Makefile

  1. Start the go server go run app.go serve

Troubleshooting

If it doesn't work and you see the white screen, check the order of import files in index.html