UCSC CMPM 120 Phaser Multiplayer Game
- Yanwen Xu (xuyanwen2012 ) -
- Julio Choy (svntax) -
💻Front-End developer, 🎨Games Artist
- David Kirkpatrick (DavidKirkpatrick95) -
🎨Games Artist, 🔉Games Audio
Ubuntu NodeJS 10.0 on 16.04
1 GB Memory / 25 GB Disk / SFO2
Getting Started (For Graders)
First, visit our website at https://idanio.online. In case the server is down and you would like to play on your local host, please take the following steps to set up the game.
These instructions will get you a copy of the project up and running on your local machine for development and testing purposes. (To developers) See deployment for notes on how to deploy the project on a live system.
A step by step series of examples that tell you how to get a development env running
Download node.js, at least 8.XX.X version. (We are using 10.0.0).
After installing node.js on your computer, you can now type in your terminal to check if node is working.
node --version // v10.0.0
Clone our repository (or unzip the project and cd into the root folder),
git clone https://github.com/RaiderSoap/cmpm120-project.git myProject cd myProject
And install dependencies, using node package manager (installed with Node.js).
Start the server (For Graders)
To start testing locally, simply use node
And you can go to http://localhost:8080
Enjoy exploring wonder! :)
Code Style (For Developers)
We will use ESLint.
Run to test code consistency:
npm run test
Deployment (For Developers)
Once you have committed and pushed to this repository
Login into our server, as user game
First we need to pull from GitHub,
cd /home/game/project git pull
Then start the game application (only if the game is not working as expected):
pm2 start game // game is a task I already defined
To list all running processes:
Managing processes is straightforward:
pm2 stop <game|'all'> pm2 restart <game|'all'>
To monitor logs, custom metrics, process information:
- Socket.io - Realtime application framework (Node.JS server)
- Express - Fast, unopinionated, minimalist web framework for node.
This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE.md file for details
Big thanks to Nathan Altice and Elizabeth Swensen.