This is a simple fortnite dashboard designed to allow a select group of people quick access to all their stats. We track all the standard statistics that are avaialable to us (kills/placements/matches), and also generate stats on a game to game basis.
First Time Setup (Development)
$ docker-compose build $ docker-compose up -d
This will build the multiple applications (main app, postgres, redis, celery) and launch them.
$ docker-compose exec postgres bash # psql -U [user] # CREATE DATABASE "[db]" # \q # exit
This loads us into the postgres container and creates the necessary database.
$ docker-compose exec app bash # flask db upgrade # exit
Finally, we load into the app container and migrate the database
Go to localhost:5000 to see the app (using the built react app)
$ cd app/web $ yarn install $ yarn start
This will install the necessary npm components and start the react app.
If you wish to serve the react app from the server, build it with
$ yarn build
This is just to serve on production
$ docker-compose exec app bash
Simply load into the app container and follow the Flask-Migration Docs
Please note that alembic isn't magic and needs to have certain migrations checked
. +-- _app (The flask application) | +-- _api (The main server endpoints) | +-- _models (Database model files) | +-- _tasks (Celery tasks) | +-- __init__.py (Main core of Flask app) | +-- celery.py | +-- config.py | +-- database.py +-- _docker (Docker build files/scripts) +-- _migrations (Database migrations folder, managed by alembic) +-- _util (Bash scripts for Docker mostly) +-- docker-compose.dev.yml (docker-compose for development) +-- docker-compose.yml (Main docker-compose management file) +-- LICENSE +-- manage.py (Python script file for managing the app) +-- README.md +-- requirements.txt