Installation

Installation is done in a few simple steps and only takes a couple of minutes.

Requirements

The only dependency is node 8 or later and git is recommended.

A node Docker setup is also provided so you don't need to have node installed locally (or want to have an isolated environment).

Runs in any modern web browser.

Demo

You can run a demo using Docker without checkout out any source-code:

docker run -p 8000:8000 osjs/osjs-v3:demo

Setup

Make sure to read the deployment guide if you plan on installing in a production environment.

[warning] Do not use "sudo" or an administrator user for the setup procedure.

Clone the base repository (or download a compressed version of latest release):

git clone -b v3 --single-branch https://github.com/os-js/OS.js.git
cd OS.js

Manual Setup

To install locally you have to run a couple of commands to set up your distribution:

# Install dependencies
npm install

# Optionally install extra packages:
# For a list of packages see https://manual.os-js.org/v3/resource/official/
npm install --save @osjs/example-application

# Discover installed packages
npm run package:discover

# Build the client bundle
npm run build

# And finally start the server
npm run serve

Now open http://localhost:8000 in your browser to launch OS.js.

Docker Setup

A Docker setup is also provided (mainly aimed at development). It performs all the necessary steps for you:

cp .env.example .env
docker-compose up

Now open http://localhost:8000 in your browser to launch OS.js.

Upgrade

To upgrade, use npm update or npm install package@version to manually update a selection of packages.

You can list outdated packages with npm outdated.

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