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_data add trigger page Jan 20, 2019
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_layouts Recorder neuron (#18) Jun 3, 2018
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neurons_marketplace.html add mute + neurotimer core neuron Oct 3, 2017 add community neurons list Mar 8, 2017
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signals_marketplace.html add geolocalisation + gpio input signals Mar 7, 2018
triggers_marketplace.html add trigger page Jan 20, 2019

This is the code of the front store of Kalliope on The web site is generated with jekyll.

This repository contains the code of the static website.

The code needs to be compiled an then pushed in a dedicated branch.

Dev env installation (Ubuntu 16.04 & 18.04)

Install Ruby

sudo apt-get install ruby ruby-dev make gcc

Use Ruby's gem package manager to install Jekyll itself as well as Bundler to manage Gem dependencies:

sudo gem install jekyll bundler

Clone the project

git clone

Install libs
bundle install

Run the dev server

bundle exec jekyll serve --host=

Push build to github (Admin only)

As we use a community plugin ( We need to generate the site locally and then push the site's static files to the GitHub Pages site. See Github doc and this page to know how to use a non supported Jeykill pluggin into Github.

Code in the branch "source"

git checkout sources

The first time you compile the site, you need to checkout already generated files.

rm -rf _site/*
cd _site
git init
git remote add origin
git pull origin master

Then, you can build the site. Git will see the delta between old and new generated files in _site folder

cd ..   # to be placed in the root of the project
bundle exec jekyll build

Go into the build folder, commit and push

cd _site
git commit -m "jekyll build update"
git push origin master
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