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National Parks of Poland - Neighborhood Map Project


Project Overview

Neighborhood Map project is part of Front-End Web Developer Nanodegree Program by Udacity. It's single page application that features National Parks of Poland.

This project was bootstrapped with Create React App.

How to run project?

Run on local machine

  1. Clone repository to local machine using
$ git clone https://github.com/annaszalkiewicz/neighborhood-map
  1. Install all dependencies
$ npm install
  1. Run application
$ npm start

visit the site: http://localhost:5005 You can change port by editing package.json file. In line 16 "start": " set PORT=5005 && react-scripts start", change port number 5005 to any other.Save file.

Live preview

https://mywebgraphicdesign.com/national-parks-of-poland

Offline usage

This project use service workers and cache its content. Set up your favorite HTTP server so that a visitor to your site is served index.html, and requests to static paths like /static/js/main..js are served with the contents of the /static/js/main..js file. Service worker runs only on production build directory. If you would like to test it on your local machine, please follow this guide:

  1. Make sure you have installed Node.

  2. Create build folder

$ npm run build
  1. Install Serve.
$ npm install -g serve
  1. Serve your static site on the port 5000.
$ serve -s build

Like many of serve’s internal settings, the port can be adjusted using the -p or --port flags.

  1. Open project on local server localhost:5000

Dependencies

Contributions

As this project is part of Front-End Nanodegree Program no contribution will be accepted.

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