This repository is the UI for the OpenLMIS Auth Service.
- Docker 1.11+
- Docker Compose 1.6+
- Fork/clone this repository from GitHub.
> git clone https://github.com/OpenLMIS/openlmis-auth-ui.git > cd openlmis-auth-ui/
- Create a .env file, which can be used to overwrite ‘sensitive’ settings from config.json
> touch .env
- Develop w/ Docker by running
docker-compose run --service-ports auth-ui.
- You should now be in an interactive shell inside the newly created development environment, build the project with:
$ npm install // installs the NodeJS tools $ grunt --serve // or $ grunt clean bower build --serve
- Go to
http://localhost:9000/webapp/to see the login page.
Note: To change the location of where the OpenLMIS-UI attemps to access OpenLMIS, use the command
grunt build --serve --openlmisServerURL=<openlmis server url>.
Building & Testing¶
See the OpenLMIS/dev-ui project for more information on what commands are available, below are the command you might use during a normal work day.
// Open docker in an interactive shell > docker-compose run --service-ports auth-ui // Install dependencies $ npm install $ grunt clean $ grunt bower // Build and run the UI against a OpenLMIS server $ grunt build --serve --openlmisServerURL=<openlmis server url> // Run unit tests $ grunt karma:unit // Run a watch process that will build and test your code // NOTE: You must change a file at least once before your code is rebuilt $ grunt watch --serve --openlmisServerURL=<openlmis server url>
After the OpenLMIS-UI is built and being served, you can access the following documents:
http://localhost:9000/webapp/The compiled OpenLMIS application
http://localhost:9000/docs/JS Documentation created from the source code
http://localhost:9000/styleguide/KSS Documentation created from the CSS
Build Deployment Image¶
The specialized docker-compose.builder.yml is geared toward CI and build servers for automated building, testing and docker image generation of the UI module.
> docker-compose pull > docker-compose run --entrypoint ./build.sh auth-ui > docker-compose build image
Transifex has been integrated into the development and build process. In order to sync with the project’s resources in Transifex, you must provide values for the following keys: TRANSIFEX_USER, TRANSIFEX_PASSWORD.
For the development environment in Docker, you can sync with Transifex by running the sync_transifex.sh script. This will upload your source messages file to the Transifex project and download translated messages files.
The build process has syncing with Transifex seamlessly built-in.