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Arcus - Web Application

The Arcus Web application is built on DoneJS.

Getting started

Currently, the i2web project requires Node 8.x LTS and NPM > v3. It is recommended that you install NVM so you can easily switch between NPM versions. After installing NVM, run:

cd i2web
nvm install
nvm use

Additionally, during the initial installation, you will need SSH access to Bitbucket. Refer to this article to set up your public SSH key.

Clone the repository into a local folder. Install all dependencies using

npm install donejs@1.0 -g
npm install
npm run bundle-dev

Running tests/linting

Tests and ESLint can be run with

npm run test

Development mode

The first time, add a host entry for:

127.0.0.1 localdev.irisbylowes.com

Then Development mode can be started with:

donejs develop

or:

npm run develop

and navigating to

https://localdev.irisbylowes.com:8443

Build and production mode

To build the application into a production bundle run

npm run build

In Unix environment the production application can be started like this:

npm run start

If you run into problems with npm run start, you may need to create a couple folders:

mkdir build
cd build
mkdir dist
cd ..
npm run start
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