See the Guide on how to contribute here for instructions on how to fork and set up your repository.
In the root directory of your newly cloned project
In the client directory of your project
Skip this next part if you know what you are doing
If you can, "clone with
SSH instead of clone with
HTTPS. This means that, when you type in git remote add origin, you should use a link that looks like this:
[email protected]:*YOUR_USER_NAME/YOUR_REPO_NAME.git.* Observe how that differs from
While the first creates a remote that uses
ssh authentication, the latter uses
https, so it'll always prompt you to enter your username and password to authenticate the connection. For more see this link*
In the config subdirectory you will find secrets-*example.json. Copy it's contents to a new file called secrets.json in the same directory.
Next get a Google Maps API key
Click on the button
This will take you through the process
Note: If you have an existing API key, you may use that key. Detailed instructions
secrets.json and under googlemaps, paste your API key and save
You also need to install and have running mongoDB - Directions can be found here
When update has completed go to where you installed the project and run
npm install again to install dependencies in the root and client directories. This will update the project with any new packages added to the file package.json in your project.
When finished, in the project's root directory type
npm run dev. This will start the dev servers on
This is an open source project for Grow with Google Udacity Scholarship Challenge - Navigation app using offline first strategy and Open Street Maps and google api
The idea for this project is to build a progressive web app utilizing the technologies learned in the Grow with Google Udacity Scholarship challenge.
The project idea - build a navigation app that will store a local copy of pre selected directions and maps so that navigation continues to work properly in poor to no signal scenarios.
The stack - this will be a node app utilizing Preact for the front end.
Pull requests are welcome!
The main goal of the app is to provide the user with a map interface that they can use on their mobile device and that will continue to be useful in poor to no signal environments.
The interface will display a map of a designated area
Users will be able to:
The app will: