$ docker-compose up
Accessing the linkedout from a browser
The starter linkedout works with a load balancer that binds to ports 80 and 443. It currently serves the domain http://linkedout.localhost. In order to reach the frontend through the linkedout, you need to edit your
hosts file (usually under
/etc/hosts in UNIX environments and
C:\Windows\System32\Drivers\etc\hosts in Windows) and add the following line:
Now if you visit http://linkedout.localhost, you will be greeted with the frontend starter project.
Changing the local domain
If you wish to use a domain name other than http://linkedout.localhost, simply set the environment variable
DOMAIN to any domain you want.
$ DOMAIN=another-domain.localhost docker-compose up
You then also need to update your
hosts file accordingly.
You can debug the backend while it’s running in VSCode. Instead of running
docker-compose up, run the following command:
$ docker-compose -f docker-compose.yml -f docker-compose.debug.yml up
This starts the backend service in the debug mode, so you can use the built-in debug task
Attach to backend to debug your backend service.
Running backend tests
$ cd backend $ npm i $ npm test
Running frontend tests
$ cd frontend $ npm i $ npm test:unit $ npm test:e2e
npm install on the root folder and it will set up a pre-commit hook to lint the staged files. You will also have two lint commands,
npm run lint and
npm run lint-staged that you can run on the root folder.
These commands run the individual
lint-staged scripts in both the
frontend and the
backend folders, and they will respect individual configurations of these folders.
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