Commit 61d930f9 authored by David Haynes's avatar David Haynes 🙆

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...@@ -18,17 +18,17 @@ Setup ...@@ -18,17 +18,17 @@ Setup
1. To get started, make sure you have Meteor installed on your system. On macOS and Linux, this is as simple as typing into your terminal: 1. To get started, make sure you have Meteor installed on your system. On macOS and Linux, this is as simple as typing into your terminal:
`curl https://install.meteor.com/ | sh` `curl https://install.meteor.com/ | sh`
On Windows, you can download the installer [here](https://install.meteor.com/windows). On Windows, you can download the installer [here](https://install.meteor.com/windows).
2. You will need to provide an API to weather so that the app will actually grab weather data. Navigate to `weather/server/lib/secrets.js.template` and follow the instructions included to setup the API key. Make sure you duplicate that file and name it `secrets.js`. 2. You will need to provide an API to weather so that the app will actually grab weather data. Navigate to `weather/server/lib/secrets.js.template` and follow the instructions included to setup the API key. Make sure you duplicate that file and name it `secrets.js`.
3. Once you have meteor installed on your system, navigate to the `weather/` directory and run in your terminal: 3. Once you have meteor installed on your system, navigate to the `weather/` directory and run in your terminal:
`meteor` `meteor`
This will start a local server for you to use during development. Note that you will likely not have to restart this server while developing as meteor has live updating capabilities. This will start a local server for you to use during development. Note that you will likely not have to restart this server while developing as meteor has live updating capabilities.
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