Below are basic instructions on how to run the library for development. If all you want to do is use the library in your project, just import @assemblypayments/spi-client-js from npm.
To download the dependencies and install the package, run the following:
To run a suite of unit tests configured in
karma.conf.js, run the following:
Creating a distribution
To create a distribution, run the following:
npm run transpile
This will update the
dist/spi-client.js.js file used for the npm package.
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