Commit b83c2302 authored by Landon DeCoito's avatar Landon DeCoito

Formatting changes for README

parent a203ac39
......@@ -14,11 +14,11 @@ Step 3 - Create a web page that list out all the events and change what are pres
# Setup instructions for local development
1) Have python 2 installed
2) Create a `virtualenv` if you know what that is
3) Install the project's dependencies by running `pip install -r requirements.txt`
4) Install redis-server with `sudo apt install redis-server`
5) Start the Flask development server by running `./start.sh`
1) Have python 2 installed
2) Create a `virtualenv` if you know what that is
3) Install the project's dependencies by running `pip install -r requirements.txt`
4) Install redis-server with `sudo apt install redis-server`
5) Start the Flask development server by running `./start.sh`
NOTE: redis-server is easy to exploit, as described in the redis quick start documentation below. Make sure you firewall the port your redis server is running on (if you open your server to outside IPs) to protect the database
NOTE 2: I'm not 100% sure, but I believe you may need to run the redis-server by typing `redis-server` into the terminal. Don't forget that you can use `redis-cli [command] [key]` to check to see if your database changes have been recorded (or to modify your db manually)
......@@ -41,8 +41,8 @@ The masontoday functions are currently separated in a few modules:
#### App Structure
The app has three main components:
1) The Flask server [set up in \_\_init\_\_]
* Including the URL Routing (with the use of `@app.route("/")`)
2) The Redis DB [set up in redisactions]
* Routed through localhost port 6379 (this can be changed)
3) The scheduler [set up in appmethods]
1) The Flask server [set up in \_\_init\_\_]
* Including the URL Routing (with the use of `@app.route("/")`)
2) The Redis DB [set up in redisactions]
* Routed through localhost port 6379 (this can be changed)
3) The scheduler [set up in appmethods]
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