Web service and data feeds for seismic event data
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README.md

Earthquake Event Webservice

An FDSN compatible web service and data feeds for seismic event data from the U.S. Geological Survey.

Getting Started

This application supports local installations for a simplified development environment. In order to set up a local installation of this application you will require access to an active product index. If you do not have access to an existing product index, you can set up a local MySQL product index instance.

Once you have access to a product index, you can follow these steps to set up a local development environemnt.

  1. Use git to clone the earthquake-event-ws from git repository.
  2. Install needed dependencies.
  3. Run src/lib/pre-install from the install directory.
  4. Run grunt from the install directory.