Augment your memory
Kommit is an app to help you with memorization. Inspired by Anki and other spaced-repetition learning systems, it presents flashcards to you just before your brain is likely to forget, thereby strengthening memory while reducing study time. Read the guide for more details.
The project follows a Universal folder structure and is a large collection of mostly small modules or functions that are put together using Svelte and Rollup. With the exception of a few 'global' or 'magic' things such as the localization function
OLSKLocalized, most resources used by a module should be in the same folder or referenced by path name.
Routing, rendering markdown content, and serving pages is done via a Node.js server (usually configured in the controller.js files).
(For a deeper dive, watch the tutorial).
Install Node.js and npm, then:
npm run setup
This should create an
.env file if there is none. If you encounter errors referring to this file, you can find missing variables in
Start the Rollup process to build and reload automatically
npm run watch
Start the Node.js server to view in the browser
It should be accessible at http://localhost:3000.
See Testing logic and interfaces for a tutorial.
Run logic tests
Run interface tests
npm test ui
To filter interface test paths by string:
npm test ui match=Browse
npm test ui match='/(play|browse)/'
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The code is released under a Hippocratic License, modified to exclude its use for surveillance capitalism and also to require large for-profit entities to purchase a paid license.