Technology for Political Innovation
This project is under development.
Table of Contents
- Getting Started
- Routes Definition
- Application Structure
- On startup
- Cron Jobs
Install Meteor full-stack framework.
curl https://install.meteor.com/ | sh
Clone this repository.
git clone https://github.com/lianetoolkit/liane-toolkit
Create a file at
.deploy/local/ and name it
settings.json. You can find an example at
Paste your client id and secret and on your Facebook App dashboard you must add the app domain and URL on the Dashboard settings and OAuth setup. Default is
If you are using strict mode (recommended) on your Facebook OAuth configuration, make sure to use the following path:
Start the app
Make sure your Redis server is running and run your project.
Once the app install all of its dependencies, it will be running at
http://localhost:3000. The first user created is automatically set with the admin role.
This project uses FlowRouter for routes definition. You can find and modify routes at
This projects follows Meteor guide recommendations for application struture.
imports/ startup/ client/ routes/ # set up all routes in the app index.js # import client startup through a single index entry point server/ fixtures.js # fill the DB with example data on startup index.js # import server startup through a single index entry point api/ campaigns/ # a unit of domain logic server/ campaignsHelpers.js campaignsPublications.js # all campaigns-related publications campaignsMethods.js # methods campaigns.js # definition of the Campaigns collection ui/ components/ # all reusable components in the application containers/ # can be split by domain if there are many layouts/ # wrapper components for behaviour and visuals pages/ # entry points for rendering used by the router client/ main.js # client entry point, imports all client code server/ main.js
This project uses Job Collection as job manager. It allows to add schedule jobs for repeating tasks along the campaign.
This project uses react-intl for internationalization. You can find and edit translations at
Translation files are automatically generated through
npm run translations. You can update the available strings by running this command and manually translating the desired lang file, located at
/locales/[lang].json. Do not manually insert new strings into the language files.