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README.md

Vega

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Getting started

Prerequisites

  • Node.js 8.x or later
  • npm v6.0 or later

Initialize a new Vega journal project

NOTE: This requires a backend to be up and running. Head over to the backend repository for more details

The platform which Vega is built on is called lyra. To start, install the lyra command line interface:

npm install -g @lyra/cli

Then, run the setup wizard with:

lyra init

You will be prompted for the dataset of the Venue, URL for the backend API among others.

When completed, you should have a project folder with a new Vega instance.