A highly-scalable data platform for mobile applications.
- Documentation: http://apigee.com/docs/usergrid/
- Homepage: http://apigee.com/about/products/usergrid
- Google Group: http://groups.google.com/group/usergrid
- JDK 1.6 (http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/index.html)
- Maven (http://maven.apache.org/)
From the command line, go to the usergrid directory and type the following:
mvn clean install -DskipTests=true
Usergrid-core contains the persistence layer and shared utilities for powering the Usergrid service. The services layer is contained in usergrid-services and exposes a higher-level API that's used by the usergrid-rest web services tier.
You can run Usergrid from the command-line from the jar in the usergrid/standalone project:
cd launcher; java -jar target/usergrid-launcher-*.jar
After startup, your instance will be available on localhost, port 8080. To check it’s running properly, you can try loading our status page:
You can also run it as a webapp in Tomcat, by deploying the ROOT.war file generated in the usergrid/rest project.
Using the Admin Portal
By default, the Usergrid admin portal points to our production servers at
api.usergrid.com. However, by specifying an api_url argument in the query string, you can have it point to
your local instance instead. For example, you could reuse the version of the admin portal we host on github and have that point to your local cluster by opening the following URL in your browser:
The same trick would work if you used a local copy of the portal code served from your own machine or servers.
We’d prefer if your commit messages referenced the issue at hand (if applicable). We don’t have particular guidelines for commit messages but we appreciate branch names that observe the following format:
325-twitter) or just a single word if no issue exists on the topic. Thanks!
Usergrid is licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.