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Node.js, version above or equal to 6.0.0, is a requirement, read about how to install it here: https://nodejs.org/en/
$ git clone email@example.com:pubsweet/science-blogger.git $ cd science-blogger $ npm install
Start the server
First, initialize your blog by running and going through the setup process:
$ NODE_ENV=dev npm run setup
To start the JS compilation and webserver, run:
$ npm run dev
Themes are a PubSweet component. If you want to write a custom theme, set your theme component in
config.js. When you require a style from a component, using e.g.
import './Signup.scss' in
app/components/Signup/Signup.jsx, we'll automatically find the right themed style (e.g.
app/components/PepperTheme/Signup/Signup.scss if theme is set to
PepperTheme). You can then continue working on your themed styles as usual, and the page will hot-reload when you change anything.
How to look into the database for debugging purposes
Run a PouchDB server (comes with the app):
$ npm run pouchdb
And navigate to http://localhost:5984/_utils/. Click "Add New Database" and enter "dev", to connect to the development database. You should now be able to run queries on your development database.
These are instructions for Ubuntu 15.10, exact steps may vary from OS to OS so if you're using another system, please take this as general guidance only.
First install node 4.x
curl -sL https://deb.nodesource.com/setup_4.x | sudo -E bash - sudo apt-get install -y nodejs
Then clone the repository:
git clone https://gitlab.coko.foundation/pubsweet/science-blogger.git
Install the required npm modules:
Build the production JS:
npm run build
Configure your initial admin account, you have two options: Through an interactive prompt
NODE_ENV=production npm run setup
Manually passing the arguments
npm run setup -- --username="yourusername" --email="youremail" --password="yourpassword" --collectionTitle="yourcollection"
-- is required by npm to pass the arguments
Start the server:
npm run start
The application should now be accessible through port 80 on your server.