Combat tracker for Dungeons and Dragons (D&D) 5th Edition
The official Improved Initiative app lives at https://www.improved-initiative.com
To run, install node.js and run the following in the cloned directory:
Once the Improved Initiative app is running, the ui can be accessed at http://localhost
You can start the dev build process by running
grunt. This will automatically rebuild the project when you change any TypeScript or LessCSS files.
Development of Improved Initiative is supported through Patreon.
Refer to CONTRIBUTING.md if you'd like to contribute code.
You can configure your instance of Improved Initiative with these settings. All are optional, basic functionality should work if you don't specify any.
PORT- Defaults to 80
NODE_ENV- Set to "production" to satisfy react, set to "development" to disable html view caching.
BASE_URL- Used in absolute URLs on client side. Falls back to relative urls if unavailable. This is the canonical URL for Patreon callback and browser localStorage.
SESSION_SECRET- Used to keep session continuity through app restarts or something. Handed to express-session.
DEFAULT_ACCOUNT_LEVEL- Set to "accountsync" or "epicinitiative" to grant rewards to all users. Useful if you have no DB.
DEFAULT_PATREON_ID- Set the dummy Patreon user id when running with
DB_CONNECTION_STRING- Provide a DB connection string for session and user account storage. In memory Mongo DB will be used otherwise, which is cleared on app restart.
METRICS_DB_CONNECTION_STRING- Provide a DB connection string to write metrics to.
PATREON_CLIENT_SECRET- Configuration for Patreon integration
Running Improved Initiative within Docker is possible, but completely optional and currently experimental. Proceed with caution and when in doubt, refer to the Docker documentation.
Building the Docker Image
To build the docker image with a development build, run:
docker build -t improved-initiative:latest .
To build the image with a production build, run:
docker build --build-arg NODE_ENV=production -t improved-initiative:prod .
Running the App in a Docker Container
To start the application within the container, run:
docker run -p80:80 --name improved-initiative improved-initiative:latest
Or, to run the production build:
docker run -p80:80 --name improved-initiative improved-initiative:prod
Stopping and Removing the Container
Assuming you started the container with the name
improved-initiative as shown above, the following commands will stop the container and then remove it:
docker stop improved-initiative
docker rm improved-initiative
The Improved Initiative app is made available under the MIT license.