CodeTriage is a site where users can pick their favorite GitHub repositories for receiving an email about a different open issue each day.
- If you have not already done so, install Docker on your machine. More details are covered in the Different Docker Tutorial.
- If you still have the jhsu802701 directory, delete it.
- Enter the following commands in LXTerminal:
cd mkdir jhsu802701 cd jhsu802701 git clone https://gitlab.com/jhsu802701/docker-debian-stretch-use cd docker-debian-stretch-use sh rvm-rails-codetriage.sh
- When prompted for a port offset value, enter "14".
- Enter the command "cd rvm-rails-codetriage; sh download_new_image.sh" and follow the instructions.
- It will take a few minutes to download the Docker image. When the process is finished, a Docker container will be created for you, and you will be automatically logged in.
Setting Up The App
- In Docker, enter the following commands:
git clone https://github.com/jhsu802701/codetriage.git cd codetriage git checkout ruby_on_racetracks sh build_fast.sh; sh server.sh
- The build_fast.sh script will give you instructions on further actions to take before continuing. These actions include setting up an instance of the app on GitHub, running a Redis server, and setting environment variables for the OmniAuth capability.
- Remember that your port offset is 14, which means that port 3000 in Docker converts to port 3014 in your desktop Linux system.
- Thus, the Homepage URL to enter in GitHub is http://localhost:3014/, and the Authorization callback URL to enter is http://localhost:3014/users/auth/github/callback.
- The build_fast.sh script installs the gems, configures the PostgreSQL database, and runs the tests. This process takes a few minutes. If all goes well, all of the tests will pass.
Viewing the App
- In a few minutes, the build process will be finished, and you will see the Rails server running.
- Because you chose a port offset value of 14, port 3000 in Docker is linked to port 3014 in your desktop Linux system.
- Go to http://localhost:3014/ to view the app.
Viewing the App's Database
- Open pgAdmin in your desktop Linux setup to view the data in the app.
- Because you chose a port offset value of 14, port 5432 in Docker is linked to port 15446 in your desktop Linux system. The ports.txt file in the shared directory lists the port assignments.
- In the upper left corner of the pgAdmin window, click on the plug icon to add a server.
- Fill in the following server parameters:
- Name: codetriage
- Host: localhost
- Port: 15446
- Username: winner
- In the Object browser, go to Server Groups -> Servers -> codetriage -> Databases -> triage_development -> schemas -> public - Tables. Right-click on the desired object and go to View Data -> View All Rows. You can now see the data.