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    💠 xiome.io

    open source cloud-powered web components

    • 🔌 xiome components are universal plugins for websites
    • 🛡️ let your users enjoy a passwordless login experience
    • 🙌 engage your users with cool features, like a questions board
    • 💰 monetize your audience with subscriptions and paywalls
    • ☁️ let xiome cloud do the heavy lifting running the servers
    • jumpstart your app by using xiome's auth system

    xiome installation

    1. create your community at https://xiome.io/setup
    2. copy-paste your community's install snippet into your web page's html <head>
    3. copy-paste any components you want from https://xiome.io/components into your website's <body>

    how to work on xiome as a developer

     💡 prerequisites

     🛠️ initial setup

    • fork the xiome project on github, and git clone your fork
    • open a terminal in your cloned directory, and run these commands
      • npm install to install the project's dependencies
      • npm run build to build the project

     ⚙️ during your development session

    • run these background processes, each in their own terminal
      • npm run watch to continually rebuild source files on save
      • npm start to run a local http server at http://localhost:5000/
        (if npm start fails, try it again, it often works the second time)
      • note: tmux is a great way to split terminal windows
      • note: of course, when you're done, end each process by pressing ctrl+c
    • open vscode by running code .
      • you should be able to see the xiome platform website at http://localhost:5000/x/
      • and the app development mocksite at http://localhost:5000/x/mocksite/
      • now you are ready to code
      • when you save a typescript or pug file, the watch routine will automatically rebuild it, so you can press refresh in the browser to see the changes
      • you can press vscode hotkey ctrl+shift+b to run the typescript build, which allows vscode to nicely highlight typescript errors for you to address

     🧠 things to understand

    • mock mode
      • the watch routine builds xiome into a "mock" mode
      • in mock mode, you don't need to run the xiome server, or connect to any databases
      • all of xiome, including the backend business logic, is running in the browser (and is easily debuggable there)


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