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9.8 0.0 L2 Memcode VS Semantic UISemantic is a UI component framework based around useful principles from natural language.
4.5 0.0 L4 Memcode VS InkAn HTML5/CSS3 framework used at SAPO for fast and efficient website design and prototyping
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Initial setup for development
Note: if you'd like to use online development environment, see https://github.com/lakesare/memcode/blob/master/Gitpod.md. Steps below are for local setup.
Create a database postgres user with a password.
- Install PostgreSQL.
- Go to postgres console:
- Create a
postgresuser with password:
CREATE ROLE postgres WITH LOGIN PASSWORD postgres;.
- Give them a permission to create dbs, own all extensions etc.:
ALTER ROLE postgres with superuser;.
Copypaste environment variables.
- Ask someone for
env.jsfile, put it in the root folder (next to package.json). Inside of
env.js, change DB_USER and DB_PASSWORD to relevant values (your postgres's user and password).
Install needed libraries.
- Install npm.
How to run the site locally?
Set up the database.
- Create a new development database 'memcode':
Start code compilers and server.
make start. If you are on windows - you can use equivalent npm commands.
Optionally: populate database (please request access to heroku from the owner if you truly need access to production database for some reason).
- Install heroku cli.
- Make sure heroku knows about our app:
heroku git:remote -a memcode.
- Pull courses from the database with
*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the Memcode README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.