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Open Source Event Monitoring


Thank you for considering contributing to our open source project! We appreciate your interest and are excited to have you on board. This document outlines the steps you need to follow to contribute to the project effectively. Please read the guidelines carefully and feel free to reach out if you have any questions.


Before getting started, please ensure that you have the following third-party services set up:


To install the project and its dependencies, follow these steps:

  1. Ensure you have pnpm installed on your system. If not, you can install it by running:

    npm install -g pnpm
  2. Run the following command to install the project dependencies:

    pnpm install

Environment Variables

After setting up the required services, you need to set the corresponding environment variables in the /apps/web/.env file. To do this, follow these steps:

  1. Make a copy of the .env.example file:
    cp apps/web/.env.example apps/web/.env
  2. Open the /apps/web/.env file in a text editor and populate the values for the services mentioned above.

Database Preparation


To prepare the Prisma database, follow these steps:

  1. Navigate to the /apps/web directory:
    cd apps/web
  2. Run the following command to push the database schema and generate Prisma Client:
    npx prisma db push


To prepare the Tinybird database, follow these steps:

  1. Download the Tinybird CLI from here and install it on your system.
  2. After authenticating with the Tinybird CLI, navigate to the /apps/web/lib/tinybird directory:
    cd apps/web/lib/tinybird
  3. Push the necessary datasources using the following command:
    tb push datasources/
    tb push

Note: If the CLERK_WEBHOOK_SECRET env variable is not set, pass an empty string, and make sure to visit /onboarding after signing up.


To build the project, execute the following command:

pnpm build


To run the project locally, use the following command:

pnpm turbo run dev --filter=web


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