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Crucible

Fully client-side single-page application talking to FireBase to build a customizable CMS backed by a robust RESTful API. (Because the API is just FireBase!)

Installation

  1. npm install crucible
  2. Rename index-example.html to index.html, changing the <base> tag if necessary
  3. Rename config-example.js to config.js and set your firebase endpoint
  4. Open index.html in a browser

Development

  1. Create a fork of https://github.com/tivac/crucible
  2. git clone https://github.com/<username>/crucible.git
  3. cd crucible
  4. npm install
  5. Rename index-example.html to index.html, changing the <base> tag if necessary
  6. Rename config-example.js to config.js and set your firebase endpoint
  7. npm run build
  8. npm start
  9. Open http://localhost:9966 in a browser

Usage

You'll want to create a schema first. Schemas are JSON-ish documents that contain some number of fields.

Once you've created a schema you can create instances of that schema. All edits are synced in near-real-time to FireBase, so your data should always be in sync.

Schema Documentation

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