It also contains the marketing website, Dropbox OAuth flow and help pages.
- Serve raw HTML out of Redis to incoming requests quickly.
- Allow a user to authenticate and go through the Dropbox OAuth flow, catching and displaying issues to them along the way
- Show a "waiting" page when the initial sync is underway
Hacking and Deploying
This service is written entirely in Go, so you'll need to download and install that.
You'll also need Foreman to start the application with the proper environment variables.
To configure the service, you can use the configuration example and create
.env file containing your credentials.
To run, you then use foreman:
$ go build $ foreman run ./sv-frontend ...
To run the tests:
$ go test ...
$ heroku create -b https://github.com/kr/heroku-buildpack-go.git ... $ git push heroku master ...
- Heroku account
- Heroku Postgres database
- Redis add-on of some kind
- Librato Metrics account
heroku config:add to add environment variables based on your
various tokens from the above to create the production environment,
as it is described in
Keep in mind these credentials should be shared with the sv-fetcher, so you'll need to add the same environment variables there.
Small Victories being open source is mostly educational, as there is unknown intent for further development.
If you're interested in maintaining or contributing to the project and website, please contact us and we'll chat about it. Thanks!
See license file.