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AMO-Tools-Desktop is an energy efficiency calculation application for use with industrial equipment such as pumps, furnaces, fans, and motors, as well as for industrial systems such as steam. Currently in beta.
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docs Add readme and docs Sep 7, 2017
e2e Fixed FSAT banner tabs Jul 2, 2018
scripts upgrades to packages and added script for prod build Jun 13, 2018
src Merge pull request #3374 from ORNL-AMO/issue-2381 Oct 17, 2019
.editorconfig electron and angular initialized Jan 30, 2017
.env updated build process and corresponding README Feb 7, 2017
.gitignore another try Aug 8, 2017
.travis.yml Update .travis.yml Jun 5, 2019 Create Mar 21, 2018
LICENSE issue 1736: Metric units Jun 8, 2018 remove waffle from README Jun 4, 2019
angular.json Saving work Jun 24, 2019
dev-app-update.yml fix auto updater for 0.5.1 Jun 13, 2019
main.js fix 3289: quit mac on close Sep 23, 2019
package.json Restore package.json Sep 23, 2019
protractor.conf.js migrated project to angular-cli@1.0.0-rc.0 Mar 1, 2017
tsconfig.json Add electricity reduction results and reset Apr 11, 2019
tslint.json upgrades to packages and added script for prod build Jun 13, 2018


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  • To remove all project-related node modules: npm run clean from the root project directory
  • To install all required packages: npm install
  • To build the angular project: npm run build (or npm run build-prod for a production build)
  • To start the electron app: npm run electron


  • To build a package:npm install && npm run build and then: npm run OS where OS is either mac, linux or windows
  • The packages will be placed in ../output
  • Example: npm install && npm run build-prod && npm run windows will make a production-build installer for Windows

For Developers

  • To generate a new angular module: npm run ng g module path/to/module
  • To generate a new angular component: npm run ng g component path/to/component
  • For more information, see the angular docs
  • For making small, frequent changes try using npm run build-watch. This type of build will watch for changes made to source files and only recompile what is necessary
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