Dashku (classic edition)
- Node.js (0.10)
Install on Heroku
You can also deploy your own copy with Heroku's click-to-deploy button below:
Note: If you deploy to Heroku, you will want to enable these features in Heroku Labs for your app:
heroku labs:enable http-session-affinity heroku labs:enable http-end-to-end-continue
This will ensure that the app's use of WebSockets will work smoothly.
Installation (with Docker)
The best way to install Dashku with Docker is by using Docker Compose:
docker pull anephenix/dashku docker-compose up
We will be working on getting linked containers to work with Dashku's docker container, as well as updating the container with the latest version of Dashku.
Manual installation (with Git)
git clone git://github.com/Anephenix/dashku.git cd dashku npm install
Booting the application
mongod & redis-server & npm start
Seeding the database with widget templates
You can seed Dashku's database with widget templates by running this command:
npm run populateWidgetTemplates
If using docker-compose then run the following:
docker-compose run web npm run populateWidgetTemplates
Using Dashku to create dashboards and widgets
Documentation will be coming soon.
Development and Testing
If you wish to extend Dashku, and want to know run unit/functional tests, do this:
To run the integration tests:
npm run cuke
Code coverage is currently in the region of 74%. This will be increasing in the near future.
License & Credits
© 2015 Anephenix Ltd. The Nike swoosh is a registered trademark of Nike Inc. Dashku is a trademark of Anephenix Ltd, and dashku is licenced under the LGPLv3 license. See LICENSE for details.