The Duda instant site demo environment is a cloud-hosted web app demonstrating different instant site implementations and use- cases. It has a create-react-app frontend built with material-ui which is hosted on S3, backed by Cloudfront. An authenticated Lambda-based interface to Duda's APIs is also provided. Feel free to clone the repo and test it out yourself.
Before getting started with this demo environment, you'll need:
- Access to a production Duda account.
- AWS command line tools installed & configured
- jq, a handy command line tool for parsing JSON
First start by cloning the repository:
git clone [email protected]:DudaDev/duda-instant-site-demo.git
Next, change into the directory and configure your environment:
cd duda-instant-site-demo ./configure
The configure script asks you for your API credentials and to create a user name. The user name is used to log into the demo environment after it has deployed.
We need to set up your environment variables (./app/.env): Enter your Duda API Username: n4hjs42ns Enter your Duda API Password: fjs124r2 Now let's create an account to access the demo environment: Enter a username: admin Your temporary password is: V2VkIDE0IEFwciAyMDIxIDEyOjAwOjAxIFBNIE1EVAo= Save your temporary password and press enter to continue. Demo environment configured. Try ./build
Now that you are all configured, run ./build and then ./deploy. The deploy script prints the URL of the demo environment when it's finished.
- ./configure check dependencies and set up environment variables
- ./build compile infrastructure typescript and print cdk diff
- ./deploy deploy infrastructure and react app to aws
Updated about 1 year ago