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Rating frontend
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Rating frontend

React frontend for rating players in a league. Uses the glicko backend from chess-rating.

Getting started

To build and run the Web app in your browser, you'll need the following tools:

  • node.js and NPM

To install them, install them via your favorite package manager.

In Ubuntu, you can type the following to install them:

sudo apt-get install npm

Install dependencies and build the Web app

The rating-frontend Web app relies on a number of libraries. To install them, use the NPM package manager:

npm install

This will download all dependencies and build the application.

Run the app locally

npm start

Launch a browser.

The Web server reports which port its using. Type http://localhost:3333 into your browser and you should now see the Web app.

Start coding!

The webpack-dev-server builds the app each time you change something, so you don't need to build everything each time :)

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Getting started

To build and run the Web app in your browser, you'll need the following tools:

  • node.js and NPM
  • gulp

To install them, install them via your favorite package manager.

In Ubuntu, you can type the following to install them:

sudo apt-get install npm
sudo npm install -g gulp

Point it to the correct backend!

The frontend relies on a glico-rater-backend running somewhere. Update the baseurl of app/js/config/appConfig.js to point to where you so desire.

Install dependencies and build the Web app

The rating-frontend Web app relies on a number of libraries. To install them, use the NPM package manager:

npm install

This will download all dependencies and build the application.

Run the app locally

Now, you need a Web server to serve the wonderfull Web app lying there all by it own on the harddrive.
The easiest way to do this, is by using the lightweight http-server. Install it globally using NPM:

npm install -g http-server

Launch it by telling it to serve the app folder:

http-server app/

Launch a browser.

The Web server reports which port its using. Type http://localhost:<port> into your browser and you should now see the Web app.

Start coding and rebuild!

Everytime you make changes to the code, the application need to be rebuilt. You either build it by invoking gulp build, or use gulp watch. The last option tells gulp to watch for changes and rebuild the application automatically. Sweet life! And btw, you don't need to restart the http-server.

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