Remixer Remote for Web
The Remixer variables defined in your app can be exposed on a remote controller website that you can set up using Firebase hosting. The remote controller allows updating your defined variables, and changes will be propagated in real-time across associated apps. Share the link to this site with your teammates from within the Remixer overlay or by emailing them.
New to Remixer? Visit our main repo to get a full description of what it is and how it works.
1. Sign up for Firebase.
Remixer remote will work with any new or existing Firebase account. It will use the Firebase Hosting feature to host this remote controller. If you don't have an existing Firebase account you wish to use, you can signup following instructions here.
npm to install the necessary dependencies.
# Run the following script from root of this reponpm install
3. Add your Firebase credentials.
Add your Firebase credentials to the
index.html file located in the
// TODO: Replace with your project's info.var config =apiKey: "<API_KEY>"authDomain: "<PROJECT_ID>.firebaseapp.com"databaseURL: "https://<DATABASE_NAME>.firebaseio.com";
4. Build and deploy the library to your Firebase Hosting account.
Running the following script will generate a new
public folder first with all
of the required files. It will then copy these files to your Firebase Hosting
# Run the following script from root of this repo.npm run deploy -- --project=<PROJECT_ID>
5. Your site is now ready.
The Remixer remote controller will now be available at:
Contributing to Remixer Remote for Web
We're excited you want to contribute to the project! Please read these docs so we can get your contributions submitted quickly.
Is material-foundation affiliated with Google?
Yes, the material-foundation organization is one of Google's new homes for tools and frameworks related to our Material Design system. Please check out our blog post Design is Never Done for more information regarding Material Design and how Remixer integrates with the system.
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