FiveStar finds the best Amazon product in a domain, broken down by budget. Save yourself literally seconds when you want the best version of a generic product.
It was covered by TechCrunch
Runs on node 6.9.1 or similar.
- Clone the repo
- Create a
.envwith valid amazon product advertising credentials
PRODUCT_ADVERTISING_ACCESS_KEY= PRODUCT_ADVERTISING_SECRET_KEY= PRODUCT_ADVERTISING_TRACKING_ID=
npm startruns the api server
npm run devruns the webpack dev server for serving the frontend
localhost:3000to see everything working
npm run prodbuilds the frontend into a bundle. always run this before deploying anywhere
- Note, I haven't actually tested this process from scratch, so I might have skipped an obvious step.