Downloading the code
First step is to download Jarbunq to the environment where you plan to have it running:
$ git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:igoramadas/jarbunq.git
Or if for some reason you can't use GIT, then simply download the ZIP file and unpack it on the desired folder. Please note that if you choose the ZIP-way, then it's gonna be slightly more difficult for you to keep track of updates.
Creating your private settings
After you have the code cloned or unzipped, create a file
settings.private.json. This is where you'll later define all the settings to customise the service to your needs. There's a
settings.private.json.sample file included that you can use as a template.
Installing the dependencies
The dependencies (/node_modules) are not included with the repository, so you have to install them:
$ make update
Or if you don't have make...
$ npm install
Now you can proceed to the OAuth2 and API key instructions...