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README.md

TAG V5

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Gatsby front end for Third and Grove's Drupal 8 backend.

Requirements

  • Node (10.x LTS at time of writing)
  • Yarn

Installation

  1. Clone this repository: git clone git@github.com:thirdandgrove/thirdandgrove-com-gatsby.git
  2. Change directories into the project root: cd thirdandgrove-com-gatsby
  3. Run yarn in the project root.
  4. Run cp sample.env .env and then modify your new .env file with the appropriate credentials from the TAGv5 Gatsby/CMS entry in 1Password.

Development

  1. In the root of the project, run yarn start.
  2. This will perform the initial build and then launch your browser to your local site (the first time you do this, it may take a few minutes).
  3. Changing files in this state will also hot reload the files

Build

  1. In the root of the project, run yarn build.
  2. The site will be built into the public folder of the project root.

Testing

  1. Ensure that you have your dev server running yarn start
  2. Run tests with yarn test.
  3. If you are developing tests, use yarn cypress instead.
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