We're working on creating an application to connect educators with community partners.
See communityshare.us for more details.
We currently develop community share locally by means of a Docker image. The image will boot up and load the current app, letting you make code changes without rebuilding the container. The first step is thus to install Docker on your computer. Please consult the Docker project or guides online for issues installing and running Docker.
Note that for OSX and Windows users you might need to enroll in the Docker Private Beta program in order to get the newer and more integrated native Docker clients.
Running a local development environment
Clone the reposity…
git clone https://github.com/communityshare/communityshare.git
…and then start the Docker containers.
cd communityshare docker-compose up
After this you should be able to see the servers initialize. You should be able to open up a browser to http://localhost:5000 and see the CommunityShare site.
If you experience any issues getting CommunityShare running locally, please file an issue and describe the problems you encountered.
Should you have need to inspect the running logs, they can be found mounted at
/communitysharelogs within the Docker container. While the server is running, you can login to the container and explore:
docker-container exec server sh