If you want to start to develop own features for the clients, then follow the following steps to setup your own development environment.
This whole guide is based on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. Ubuntu 12.04+ LTS and Debian based systems should be similar if not even identical.
We assume that you already have somewhere a Psono server running. If not follow the guide to setup a Psono Server.
Install some generic stuff
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install -y git
Clone git repository
git clone https://gitlab.com/psono/psono-client.git ~/psono-client
Checkout new branch
cd ~/psono-client git fetch git checkout develop git checkout -b [name_of_your_new_branch]
sudo var/build-ubuntu.sh sudo npm install http-server -g
Run the dev server
From this point on forward, you can develop it like any web application.
To start npm’s http-server with our web client run the following command:
To build the webclient and browser extensions, use the following command:
Other useful commands are:
gulp watch # Will watch for changes and rebuild gulp sass # Changes in the .sass files will be transpiled to css gulp template # Changes in src/common/data/view will be compiled to a new template.js
Run Unit Tests (with coverage)
Issue the following command:
karma start ./unittests/karma-chrome.conf.js
if you want to use another browser like firefox you can also use
./unittests/karma-firefox.conf.js instead or for
something more generic
./unittests/karma-generic.conf.js. If you use “generic” point the browser of your choice
to the shown url.
or more sexy with gulp:
or if you want to watch for changes and run it automatically:
./unittests/karma-generic.conf.js config automatically generates an karma coverage report in html format
The output of this command can be shown on http://your-ip/htmlcov/