The feature to use local repo is great!
But there are no docs how to set it up.
@arikon I just published this yesterday:
Its a very easy to install local jam repo. Hope that helps you get started!
But yes, I agree that documenting all the ways to setup a local repo should be added to the docs section of the main website.
I also tried to cover it:
@clexit your guide was most helpful.
The one thing that you didn't cover and which I didn't manage to do on my own was to make the frontend from
work on my server
It's easy, I've just quickly scribbled one with Twitter Bootstrap. I can share it if anyone needs it.
You can work with jamjs through a simple server-side proxy.
@akoptsov You can use php proxy like
$data = json_encode( array() );
if ( isset( $_GET[ 'url' ] ) )
$url = urldecode( trim( $_GET['url'] ) );
$data = file_get_contents( $url );
to get AJAX work with cross-domain requiests and then get data from local repository (probably the same domain) and from jamjs.org (cross-domain) through proxy, and show all resuts on one page.
Is it what you want?