Commit c9f6993a authored by Zach Knox's avatar Zach Knox

Merge branch 'master' of git.gmu.edu:srct/weather

parents 570e809b 61d930f9
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weather/server/lib/secrets.js
.meteor/local
.meteor/meteorite
*.~
*.swp
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Setup
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To get started, make sure you have Meteor installed on your system.
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:
On macOS and Linux, this is as simple as typing `curl https://install.meteor.com/ | sh`
into your terminal. On Windows, you can download the installer [here](https://install.meteor.com/windows).
`curl https://install.meteor.com/ | sh`
Once you have meteor installed on your system, run the `meteor` command inside of the
`weather/` directory of the project files. 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.
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`.
3. Once you have meteor installed on your system, navigate to the `weather/` directory and run in your terminal:
`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.
TODO
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### Credit where due:
[Rain Cloud](https://thenounproject.com/search/?q=Rain+cloud&i=6023) icon by Thomas Le Bas from [the Noun Project](https://thenounproject.com)
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[Rain Cloud](https://thenounproject.com/search/?q=Rain+cloud&i=6023) icon by Thomas Le Bas from [the Noun Project](https://thenounproject.com)
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