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Creating a new Hoodie App

Prerequisits:

  • Node.JS

    Either hit the big green “Install” button on http://nodejs.org

    Or, if you are using Homebrew:

    $ brew install node

  • CouchDB

    $ brew install couchdb

Install with:

$ npm install -g local-tld
$ brew install https://raw.github.com/janl/homebrew/77400bc8fc5e8a19de88536cf20f31c32f4b74c2/Library/Formula/hoodie.rb

Create your first Hoodie app:

$ hoodie new myappname

That created a folder "myappname". You are done. Start the app:

$ cd myappname
$ hoodie start

Now follow instructions, your browser should automatically open http://myappname.dev

Once your app is running, you can access your app's couch at http://couch.myapp.dev and your app's admin backend at http://admin.myapp.dev

Modules

To install a specific module, run (in your app’s directory):

$ hoodie install module <name>

where <name> is one of the Hoofie Modules.

List of Hoodie Modules

  • users (installed by default)
  • user sign up
  • user sign in
  • passwort forget
  • change username
  • change password
  • shares
  • make private objects public
  • share private objects with other users or groups

...

Troubleshooting

Make sure that local-tld got installed correctly

$ NODE_PATH=`npm root -g`
$ open $NODE_PATH/local-tld

Make sure, that paths have been set corretly

$ echo $NODE_PATH
$ cat ~/Library/LaunchAgents/ie.hood.local-tld-service.plist

You should see <string>/usr/local/lib/node_modules/local-tld/bin/local-tld-service</string>, /usr/local/lib/node_modules being what $ npm root -g returns.

If things do not work, try:

$ launchctl unload ~/Library/LaunchAgents/ie.hood.local-tld-service.plist
$ launchctl load -Fw ~/Library/LaunchAgents/ie.hood.local-tld-service.plist

If things STILL don't work, try that (but don't tell Jan) ((I saw this! — Jan))

$ sudo $NODE_PATH/local-tld/bin/local-tld-troubleshoot

No-Mac

local-tld is mac-only for now. If you are on another system, you can fake things until local-tld gains multi-platform support.

For your app myapp add this to your /etc/hosts file:

127.0.0.1 myapp.dev api.myapp.dev couch.myapp.dev

```

Note: there is still some stuff missing for `npm start` on non-mac.


## Deploy to Nodejitsu

You need a Nodejitsu account and the `jitsu` tool installed.

Create a new hoodie app:

    $ hoodie new myapp

Start app locally:

    $ cd myapp
    $ npm start

Create a database:

    $ jitsu database create couch myapp

This prints out the URL for your database, something like:

    http://nodejitsudb123456789.iriscouch.com:5984

Go to:

    http://nodejitsudb123456789.iriscouch.com:5984/_utils

In the bottom right, click on "Fix This". Create a new user with the username `admin` and a password of your choice. Remember the password.

Create the Nodejitsu app.

    $ jitsu apps create

Set your database URL as an environment variable:

    $ jitsu env set COUCH_URL http://nodejitsudb1234567890.iriscouch.com:5984
    $ jitsu env set HOODIE_ADMIN_PASS <yourpassword>

`<yourpassword>` is the one you set up two steps ago.

Deploy!

    $ jitsu deploy

(wait a minute)

Go to: `http://myapp.jit.su`

Boom.


## Deploy dreamcode tl;dr

    $ hoodie new myapp
    $ cd myapp
    $ npm start

    $ hoodie remote add nodejitsu
     - jitsu login
     - jitsu database create couch myapp
         - setup couchdb admin
     - jitsu apps create
     - jitsu env set COUCH_URL http://...
     - jitsu env set COUCH_PASS <secret>

    $ hoodie deploy
     - jitsu deploy