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README.md

BossY

Introduction

This is an entire API and a unique employee management application to serve information for today's most accomplished entrepreneurs. It helps entrepreneurs keep track of their employees and handle all the annoying meetings that keep getting added to their busy schedule. It also helps them to organize their brilliant ideas in a click.

Usage

You should have node installed in your system.
1. git clone https://github.com/sharmaaditya570191/BossY.git
2. Run npm install in the root directory to install the dependencies.
3. Run node server.js in the root directory.
4. Click here!

Technology Stack

1. The front-end is made using React, HTML and CSS and you can customize the look of the Boss Machine by accessing the code in browser and public folders.
2. The back-end is made using Express.js and is present in the server folder.
3. The tests are written using Mocha and Chai as the assertion library.
4. The database is organised using JavaScript and is present in db.js under server directory. The database uses faker.js to generate massive amounts of realistic fake data in Node.js and the browser.

Contribution

Start working on a feature by making a separate branch and make commits with meaningful messages. Feel free to open new-issues if you encounter bugs or want to suggest some enhancement in the app.

Testing

Tests are given in the test/test.js file. To run the tests, first open the root project directory in your terminal. Then run npm run test. You will see a list of tests that ran with information about whether or not each test passed.

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