Asset Services

The asset services system provides for the management of versioned file, binary data and text assets as well as the localization of those assets. Individual assets are identified with a unique name (or key) and a particular version that maps to a set of localized files or text based upon IETF BCP 47 region codes. The system primarily manages metadata as is not directly intended as a storage system. The system is designed to work with both local and remote file storage systems in order to provide a simple solution for the total management of assets. As a result, as a developer you can deploy this service into a cluster and upload any number of asset files desired and it will be stored on the configured storage device. You can also use the system as purely a metadata manager and only create asset resources that link to another storage medium (e.g. physical disc).

Getting Started

To get started using this service first clone the source. It is highly recommended that you fork the project first.

git clone

Running the Service

Open up a new shell to the cloned folder and build the Docker image using docker-compose.

docker-compose build

You can now run the server with the following command.

docker-compose up


Visual Studio Code is the recommended IDE to develop with. The project includes workspace and launch configuration files out of the box.

To debug while running via Docker Compose select the Docker: Attach Debugger configuration and hit the F5 key. If you want to run the server directly and debug choose the Launch Server configuration.