quick relief lookup for nepal earthquake
Run the app locally
Run the app in dev mode
npm run build-dev-watch
This should build a bundle.js file for your app to run in dev mode, plus start
up the server as well. The bundle.js file is automatically rebuild on any change
made to your js files.
Access the app at http://localhost:3000/
NOTE: When you do
npm run start or
node bin/www (which
uses) then by default it'll run on staging db, so that people don't have to
setup their local db installation.
Run on prod db
npm run prod
but you'll need to set a db environment variable (DBPWD) for db passwd. Contact
the contributors in this repo for the db pass.
Run using docker
To ensure uniform environments across all of dev, staging and prod for all
developers/testers (and quickly get the app up and running), we can run kaha
First install docker following the instructions
kaha image is public so all
you have to do is:
docker run kahaco/kaha
This is set up so that the kaha app runs from http://localhost:3000, with the
remote staging db as backend (so that people don't have to configure it on their
If you are on ubuntu, you might have to do some
work to make the port 3000 accessible. You can get around this by explicitly
mapping the container/host ports (-p option, see below).
If you want to develop with the docker containers, clone the repo and run this
from the repo root directory:
docker run --name kaha_stage -v $(pwd):/kaha -p 3000:3000 kahaco/kaha
This creates a docker container called
kaha_stage based on the kaha image,
with the repo dir used as a shared volume inside the container (so that code
changes are picked up).
If you want your own local db setup, you can use run
deploy_kaha.sh dev (which
has some other nice features, read deploy notes. This is the
recommended way, but docker-compose support is also available.
sudo pip install docker-compose && docker-compose up
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