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README.md

Overview

A business web application platform that implements a modern user experience and many common base features that are expected by business consumers. Integrates with the Voyage API to provide multi-factor authentication/authorization, user profile, basic messaging, and more. Built using Javascript and the Google Angular framework.

Created and supported by Lighthouse Software @ https://LighthouseSoftware.com

Topics

5 Minute Test

# Clone repository.
$ git clone https://github.com/lssinc/voyage-app-angular.git

# Change directory to your app.
$ cd voyage-app-angular

# Install angular cli globally.
$ npm install -g @angular/cli

# Install development dependencies with npm.
$ npm install

# Start the server.
$ npm start

The app will open in your browser.

Features

  • User Login w/ Password Recovery
  • User Account Management
  • User Admin Console
  • User Settings
  • Alerts & Notifications
  • Responsive UI for Desktop, Tablet, Mobile
  • Lazy loaded modules and AOT support to ensure high performance.
  • Integrates with the Voyage API for all data

Getting Started

Prerequisites

What you need to run this app:

Installing

  • clone this repository
  • cd voyage-app-angular to navigate to the root directory of the app.
  • npm install to install npm dependencies.

Running the app

After you have installed all dependencies you can now run the app with the npm start script

npm start

Which is just a shortcut to running the Angular CLI with the -o flag to automatically open a browser tab and display the app

ng serve -o

This will start a local server which will watch for file changes and reload for you. The port will be displayed to you as http://localhost:3000.

Developing

Build files

While you can always run Angular CLI commands directly, our package.json scripts section has common Angular CLI build commands.

  • build and serve files: npm start
  • single run: npm run build
  • qa build: npm run build:qa
  • prod build: 'npm run build:prod'

Testing

1. Unit Tests

  • single run: ng test
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