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Build Status Cypress.io tests JavaScript Style Guide License: MIT

qit: Listen to Programming Podcasts by Topic

qit...get it? get it? Like...Queue I.T.!

Ok so yeah, the title needs work, but the idea is to let programmers find and listen to podcasts by topic.

Check out a preview here: https://qit.cloud

Running the website

The website is a Progressive Web App built on ReactJs that uses styled components.

cd website-react

npm install
npm start

Linting the React website

This website uses the Standard style guide, you can run the linter with the command below but we'll also zap you with a pre-commit hook before you check any semi-colon in.

standard --fix

E2E the React website

With the Dev Server running

To run cypress interactive mode, run the following commands:

cd website-react
npm run cypress:open
<click run all tests on the GUI>

To run cypress headless mode, run the following commands:

cd website-react
npm run e2e

Without the Dev Server running

cd website-react
npm run ci

Vladimir`s version of docker

Before running dockers, run

docker network create codingblocks

so that in future containers are able to see each others, within this network

Spin docker containers

Go to desired folder.

# test docker enviroment bindings before creating containers
docker-compose config

# start local development
docker-compose -f docker-compose.yml -f docker-compose.local.yml up -d

# start regular docker
docker-compose build && docker-compose up [ OPTIONAL ] -d (if console is not needed)  

Command to stop container:


# to stop containers
docker-compose stop

Podcast Feed Loader

This is the part of the product that is responsible for importing the data.

It loads podcast feed urls from a file, normalizes them, and then updates them in a search engine. Currently only supports Azure Search.

Read more about it here: Podcast Feed Loader on the wiki

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