In order to run your own version of Warframe Hub, you are required to have the following on your machine:
Most software related dependencies should be managed by NPM, and will be automatically installed when you try to run the project. We'll cover those dependencies in the following section.
Warframe Hub also relies on the availability of the internet, as it will parse the Warframe WorldState. It uses a slightly easier to parse WorldState provided by Warframe Stat
Clone or download and unpack this repository. Install the dependencies using NPM
$ npm install
If everything goes well, it should tell you the number of packages it has installed. Then you can try to run it and hope everything goes well.
$ npm start
The express website should be accessible at http://localhost:3000
Found a bug or an issue? Please submit a bug/issue report under the issue tab.
Our builds goes through Travis-CI's tester.
You can see the latest results here or by clicking on the badge at the top of the page.
The repo also includes a mocha script that is used for Travi CI's unit testing. You can run this manually by installing mocha first globally on your machine, then run the specifications named mochaspec.js
$ npm install -g mocha $ mocha spec mochaspec.js
Another things that's very helpful for development is nodemon. This will automatically restart the express server if any changes is detected in the project folder. No more restarting the node server manually! Just run it in the project directory and it should take care of the rest.
$ npm install -g nodemon $ nodemon
The distribution of this software is protected under Apache License 2.0
Like most projects, Warframe Hub is purely out of passion, love, and dedication to the Warframe Community and open source software in general. This is not my full time job, and probably will never be. No donations will be encouraged because once a person starts to receive payments for a passion project, is it still a passion?