Speckle | Oct’21 Hackathon
Report Generator — A carbon cost estimator tool
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This repo contains the code for the a carbon cost report generator developed on a 1-day hackathon during our company retreat on October 2021.
We wrote a blog post about it!
Go see the app live here
It is divided into 2 folders:
vue.jsapplication allowing to setup carbon report generation for any stream, and view the resulting report.
FastAPIPython server that receives notifications of each new commit in a stream, and generates a carbon report based on the data.
First, install all necesary dependencies by running
npm install on the
frontend/ folder, you’ll find a file named
.env.local-example. Rename it to
.env.local and fill in the variables accordingly.
The app ID and app secret are obtained when creating a new app in your Speckle profile section.
npm run serve to run the app in development mode.
To build the app run
npm run build
To run the app, use the provided
To run the app, create a
.env file based on the
.env_example, and pass that to docker run via the
For debug see the
.vscode/launch.json for a sample config.
Use the example hooks provided, and the
http://localhost:8000/docs page to test things.