MyMICDS.net for all of your MyMICDS.needs
To start development on MyMICDS-v2, first run
npm install in the main project directory.
This will install all the runtime dependencies (including TypeScript) as well as TypeDoc, TSLint, and all the other development dependencies.
A local config file is required on every machine you develop on. This stores sensitive information such as database credentials and API keys.
src/libs/config.example.ts into a new file called
config.ts with the proper information filled out as described in the example.
This file is included in
.gitignore, so you don't have to worry about accidentally committing the credentials.
To start the server for development, run
npm start. In a production environment, run
npm run prod.
To start the tasks server, run
npm run tasks.
If you would like the server to restart on file changes, install
nodemon and simply run
nodemon in the project root.
npm run docs to build documentation. TypeDoc will generate documentation based on comments and type structures and dump it into the
This creates static HTML files, so you'll have to open them manually in your browser.
npm test to do a compilation check on all source files and run the API tests.
src/libs/config.ts, the tests require a
test/config.ts that needs to be filled out.
Note: When adding new routes to the API, contributors should always add a corresponding test, unless there are factors (performance, authentication, etc) that would make it unreasonable to run the test quickly on a CI server.
The Angular front-end for MyMICDS.
The official TypeScript client for connecting to MyMICDS. Automatically handles API requests using RxJS.
A Wear OS watch face featuring MyMICDS integration.
Wanna become a developer on the MyMICDS.net team? Shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org! We accept anyone and everyone, so don't be shy!
For any other questions, comments, concerns, or suggestions, you can also contact email@example.com.