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A D-CENT project: an application for crowd sourcing and drafting policy.

Development VM

You can develop and run the application in a VM to ensure that the correct versions of Objective[8]'s dependencies
are installed. You will need VirtualBox, Vagrant and Ansible installed.

First, clone the repository.

Navigate to the ops/ directory of the project and run:

vagrant up development

The first time this is run, it will provision and configure a new VM.

When the VM has started, access the virtual machine by running:

vagrant ssh

The source folder will be located at /var/objective8.

After initial setup, navigate to the source directory and apply the migrations:

cd /var/objective8
grunt build
lein ragtime migrate

Running the tests

To run all tests, use this command:

lein test

Commands and aliases can be found in the project.clj file.

Designing in the browser

This allows you to rapidly design. You can create jade, modify the sass and js. These will all be live reloaded.

grunt design

Open your browser at to access it from outside the vagrant box.

Adding or updating a translation resource

Resources for translating the site into different languages are located under:

To start translating into a new locale, or to update translations for
an existing locale, there is a helper leiningen task that copies keys
from the default en.csv template into a new or existing templates for
other locales. This can be run using:

lein translation-template <locale-identifier> [& <locale-identifier>]

For example:

lein translation-template es el

will generate or update /resources/translations/es.csv and

Running the app

Add any environment variables you want to use to the script.

To start the app, run:

lein start

Go to localhost:8080 to test in development

And then inside the REPL run this for a fake twitter sign-in:

(reset :stub-twitter)

or this for the normal sign-in options:

(reset :default)


To deploy using Docker, see here.

To deploy to an Ubuntu server using Ansible, see here.

To deploy to Heroku, see here.

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