curl https://install.meteor.com/ | sh
Clone this repository and
meteor npm install in it. This will install all dependencies coming from npm including the ones required for development.
meteor in the folder to start the app in development mode.
-p 3456for running on a different port than the default 3000.
Meteor will automatically push any change on the code to the browser while you keep the meteor dev server running.
You can run a blockchain locally on your PC to avoid sending transactions onto the live network. Follow instructions in dtube/avalon, then just change API to 'localhost:3001' in the settings page to point your UI to your development chain.
For doing anything on the upload side, it is strongly recommended to run your own dtube/ipfs-uploader. Once running, simply turn the
localhost setting to
client/settings.js and it will upload locally instead of our production servers.
As you can see, we use the embed directly available on emb.d.tube. This is the dtube/embed repository. Feel free to clone it and directly point the
client/views/commons/videos/player.js to your file:// version of the player if you want to make changes that include the player.
The dtube/minidtube repository is responsible for all the pre-rendering and serving a decent version of d.tube to bots which normally wouldn't be able to.
.meteormeteor files, don't touch unless you know what you are doing.
.vscodeif you use visual studio code.
publicall the static files like pictures, fonts and translations.
clientall the app code
client/collectionsminimongo collections that templates feed from
client/libsemantic ui related code.
client/viewstemplates, each has 2 files, html and js, a handlebar template and associated logic.
client/views/commonsall the re-used templates
client/views/pagesall the templates matching a route in
client/views/topbarthe fixed menu on top of the app
client/views/sidebarthe sidebar menu
If you are using windows, the
meteor npm seems to be buggy at times. You can try using the normal
npm instead if you have that installed.
After each meteor or package.json update, you will need to re-run
meteor npm install
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If you want to contribute to the project, please read this page.