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README.md

amp-concert

Get ready to 🎸.

Setup

Basically grab a version of node with your favorite node version manager that lines up with what's in .node-version and then:

npm install
npm run dev
open http://localhost:8080

Configuration

Variable Description
PORT Port on which to bind the FE server or dev server.
NODE_ENV Set to production to disable development features and enable code minification in the build. Otherwise leave undefined for development.
WEB_URL Base URL at which the app is hosted. Used to generate full URLs for variety of things since AMP needs them.

Basic styles can be controlled by tinkering with theme.js.

Testing

Basic setup. Runs eslint against eslint-config-metalab for basic sanity checking and then verifies the page is valid amp using a small script and amphtml-validator.

npm test

You can also run the checks individually:

npm run test:lint
npm run test:amplint

Code is formatted using prettier because that's what you should be doing.

Folder/App Structure

A basic overview:

 - src [source files]
   - component [react components]
   - server [server-side / api code]
   - util [utility functions]
   - theme.js [app theme]
 - static [assets served under /static]

A more complete breakdown of this structure and a variety of the choices made herein can be found in the following articles:

Deployment

This app is meant to be deployed to heroku, though it would probably happily exist in other environments. The node buildpack will run the following:

npm install

And then start the app with:

npm start

The generated code lives in /dist and this information should be enough to self-host in just about any other environment (Docker, bare metal, etc.).

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