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A front-end for disease surveillance


The name Fracas is inspired by
Girolamo Fracastoro, a
15<sup>th</sup>-century Italian physician important in the
history of epidemiology.

If you really need Fracas to be an acronym, it can stand for <strong>FR</strong>ont-end for
the <strong>A</strong>nalysis and <strong>C</strong>ontrol of Outbre<strong>A</strong>k<strong>S</strong>.



To build Fracas, you first need to install gulp and bower globally:

npm install -g gulp bower

The quickest way to get started is to then run

npm start

This will install all necessary dependencies, run a build, start the server, and launch Fracas in your web browser.


If you've already got Docker and Fig then getting Fracas running is as
easy as

fig up

If you're using boot2docker, you may have to pass the URL you plan to hit Fracas at:

URL= fig up

If you don't like fig, we also support Vagrant. Just run

vagrant up

to get started. This can be useful if you want a self-contained VM.

Deploying to Heroku

Just click this button:

Feel free to tweak any of the environment variables, although the defaults should mostly be fine. One setting you do
need to set though is URL, which should be set to whatever URL clients will use to connect to your site. If you're
not using your own domain, then this will be

Deploying to other PaaS providers

Since we support running Fracas in a Docker container, we support any PaaS provider that supports Docker. This includes:

just to name a few. Additionally, any IaaS or VPS that supports new-ish versions of Linux can run Docker, and thus
should run Fracas fine. This includes:

...and many more.

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