SydJS has a site! And this is it. Feel free to hack.
Otherwise, just fork it and send us a pull request!
Setting up a development environment
Once you've cloned (or forked) the repository, run
npm install from the root of the repo to install the required Node modules.
If you're working with a direct clone of the
sydjs/sydjs repo, and you've also been given access to the Heroku app, add the Heroku app push URL to your clone:
git remote add heroku email@example.com:sydjs-cedar.git
Running the server
Start the server with
node server.js, then visit
localhost:8001 on your local dev box.
Alternatively, if you're making changes to the server code, it's easier to use Nodemon to automatically reload the server when you save the file. Run
npm install -g nodemon to install it, then
nodemon server.js to start the server.
Please use feature branches if you're doing any new feature work. Bug fixes and simple data updates (like presenters and links) can be done on the master branch.
Deployments to the live site should only be done from the master branch of the
Once your changes have been committed to master (either directly or via merging), deployment is as simple as
git push heroku master - just make sure you push up to Github as well.