Kuzzle Admin Console
The Kuzzle Admin Console allows you to manage your Kuzzle instance. Use it to administer your data, subscriptions and Kuzzle configuration.
Kuzzle is an open-source backend solution that comes equipped with out-of-the-box features to enable real-time collaboration, geofencing, security, and other advanced functionality.
Kuzzle provides a secure API which can be accessed through a large selection of protocols such as REST, Websocket or Message Queuing.
Using Kuzzle Admin Console
The Kuzzle Admin Console is a static front-end client which runs in your web browser and connects to Kuzzle. This means that your Kuzzle installation must be accessible from the computer running the Kuzzle Admin Console. To connect to Kuzzle you will need to provide your Kuzzle installation host (name or IP) and the port (default: 7512).
To get a working copy of the Kuzzle Admin Console on your computer, follow these instructions:
wget https://dl.kuzzle.io/kuzzle-admin-console.tar.gz: Download and extract the latest version of the Kuzzle Admin Console
tar xf kuzzle-admin-console.tar.gz: Extract it
- Open the file
dist/index.htmlin your favorite web browser, you're done!
To run all the tests, just type
This executes both unit and end-to-end tests. To run only the unit-tests, run
npm run unit
To run the end-to-end tests in headless mode, run
npm run e2e
To run the end-to-end tests in headful mode (requires node >= v8.12.0), run
npm run e2e-local
End-to-end tests perform visual regression tests against refernce screenshots that are git-versioned. To update the reference screenshots (this is only meant for development purpose and you should take extreme care in doing it), run
npm run e2e-update-reference
Please refer to the CONTRIBUTING file to learn more about how to write code and tests for this project.