Community-driven spoiler-free catalog of competitive videos for Heroes of the Storm.
This project is not as relevant as before because Blizzard has done a great job and finally launched their HGC eSports website: Check it out! gg wp =)
Stormvods.com is currently accepting contributions in the form of bug fixes or features (things that add new or improved functionality). Your pull requests will be reviewed and merged to master branch as soon as possible and deployed to the production.
Commiting your code to this repository, submitting pull requests you are granting us permission to use the submitted change according to the terms of the project's license, and that the work being submitted is under appropriate copyright.
Heroes of the Storm is a trademark of Blizzard Entertainment, Inc.
You can use Stormvods source code in any way MIT license allows you, but you have no rights to use "Stormvods" trademark and you must clearly specify that your product is based on Stormvods.com Source Code
Checkout repo and install all the dependencies:
git clone https://github.com/idooo/stormvods.git cd stormvods npm i # or yarn install
Stormvods uses MongoDB as a database. For development you need to setup a database locally or use one of cloud-based solutions like mlab - free tier there is more than enough for the development
Do not forget to setup a firewall if your database is not protected by password.
ufw default deny incoming ufw default allow outgoing ufw allow ssh ufw allow from ip_address_of_your_stormvods_app ufw enable
You have to create a Reddit application to be able to use login feature.
The setup is pretty straightforward, use
http://localhost:8080/callback as your redirect uri
default.conf or to set right permissions for database, redis and other minor stuff
Use scripts from
/tools/scripts folder to set admin rights for your user, import teams
and other data if needed
Run development server and watch client resources for changes:
That command will also generate the latest version of server API docs in /docs folder
To run api tests (add
--tests testname.test.js to run specific test)
Run grunt task to build client-side resources:
Build static assets first
config=<config path> node server.js
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The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.
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