Build & Run
To start developing the application, you will need to set up the development environment.
NeoDash is built with React. You will need
yarn installed to run the web
Use a recent version of
nodeto build NeoDash. The application has been tested with yarn 1.22.17 & node v18.8.0.
To run the application in development mode:
clone this repository.
open a terminal and navigate to the directory you just cloned.
yarn installto install the necessary dependencies.
yarn run devto run the app in development mode.
the application should be available at http://localhost:3000.
To build the app for production:
follow the steps above to clone the repository and install dependencies.
yarn run build. This will create a
buildfolder in your project directory.
deploy the contents of the build folder to a web server. You should then be able to run the web app.
Pull the latest image from Docker Hub to run the application locally:
# Run the application on http://localhost:5005 docker pull nielsdejong/neodash:latest docker run -it --rm -p 5005:5005 nielsdejong/neodash
Windows users may need to prefix the
docker runcommand with
A pre-built Docker image is available on DockerHub. This image is built using the default configuration (running in editor mode, without SSO).
Make sure you have a recent version of
docker installed to build the
multi-stage NeoDash image and run it.
On Unix (Mac/Linux) systems:
docker build . -t neodash
If you use Windows, you might need to prefix the command with
winpty docker build . -t neodash
After building, you can run the image with:
docker run -it –rm -p 5005:5005 neodash
An example of a pod definition YAML file to create a NeoDash pod in a cluster:
apiVersion: v1 kind: Pod metadata: name: neodash labels: project: neodash spec: containers: - name: neodash image: nielsdejong/neodash:latest ports: - containerPort: 5005
Creating a Kubernetes service to expose the application:
apiVersion: v1 kind: Service metadata: name: neodash-svc spec: type: LoadBalancer ports: - port: 5005 targetPort: 5005 selector: project: neodash
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