A Vue.js web application for Freedomotic
A Vue.js client for Freedomotic.
A Vue.js client for Freedomotic
Scope of the project
To have a broad idea about its features you can have a look at our YouTube channel.
A live demo of this client is available at http://fd-vue-webapp.herokuapp.com/. Check it out using admin/admin as credentials!
To view the mobile version (different for iOS and Android) visit the previous url from your smartphone or tablet.
In order to execute this
fd-vue-webapp client locally, first you need to download and launch an instance of Freedomotic on your machine.
Freedomotic is a framework built in Java, so the only pre-requirement to make it running is to have a Jre8 installation on your machine.
Download and launch the latest build of the framework
You can download the latest available daily build available here
The zipped version of this daily build contains a jar file, named
freedomotic.jar that you can run by executing the following command:
java -jar freedomotic.jar
Freedomotic RESTful endpoints
Once launched, a local setup of Freedomotic RESTful APIs will be available at
Freedomotic Polymer client, an inspiration
Some time ago we developed a first client prototype using Polymer (here it is a brief video showing its features). With a running freedomotic instance, you can try also this Polymer client by your browser to
Polymer client source code is hosted here on GitHub: maybe you can look at it to have some inspiration.
WARNING: At the moment that project is deprecated.
How to launch it
Clone or fork this repository, then follows the following set of commands:
# install dependencies npm install # serve with hot reload at localhost:8080 npm run dev
Build for production with minification
To build this project for production you can execute the following command:
npm run build
Also, if you need to build for production and view the bundle analyzer report, you can run:
npm run build --report
This application contains both unit and end to end tests. You can run them by executing, respectively, the following commands:
# run unit tests npm run unit
# run e2e tests npm run e2e
Eventually, if you like, you can also run both unit and e2e tests with a single command:
We have a free Automate account with BrowserStack offered to us for free since we're an open source project. This makes it very easy for us to test the project on tons of different browsers on various platforms including real mobile devices.
If you like to contribute to this project, please follow our guidelines, available here.