Clone the repository, then initialize all the git submodules using the following command:
git submodule init git submodule update
It's much easier to use docker and INDI simulators for regular development:
cd docker-compose/dev-server docker-compose up
This will start backend and frontend dev servers, as well as other dependencies (redis, nginx).
To navigate the app, go to http://localhost:3000.
For actual hardware (camera, filter wheels) testing you need to run the application without docker.
You will need to install a webserver serving both backend and frontend endpoints.
There is an example configuration file in the config/dev-webserver-conf directory for nginx. To avoid conflicts with the docker development server, this is configured to listen on port
You will also need a redis instance, that must already be up and running before starting backend server.
cd backend ./start-debug-server
cd frontend yarn install # without BROWSER=none, a browser session would automatically start, but pointing to the wrong port (3000). We need to start browser manually pointing to port 3808 BROWSER=none yarn start
To navigate the app, go to http://localhost:3080.