build from source

Building docker images

docker images can now be build completely inside docker, simply run npm run build this will start a local registry, build the images, push them to the local registry and start them. This way you can run and test all locally.

Developer setup

Install VSCode, NodeJS 16, mongoDB and RabbitMQ

Install gulp and typescript globally npm i gulp typescript browserify tsify -g

Clone this repo into a folder, in a shell type git clone

go to the folder with openflow cd openflow

install packages for openflow api/web npm i

install packages for NodeRED by

cd OpenFlowNodeRED
npm i
cd .. Now open in VS code `code OpenFlow.code-workspace` at the top level create a folder called config and inside create a file called .env ( notice it starting with a dot) and add this content to the file

Next you need to allow powershell scripts to run, i don’t know what is the recommended setting, i normally just go with bypass Set-ExecutionPolicy Bypass -Force

Now you can run this by going to run ( Ctrl+Shit+D) and selecting OpenFlow in the dropdown box and press play button, select OpenFlowNodeRed in the dropdown and press play again This will serve an empty webpage, so we need to build the stylesheets and copy the compiled files to the dist folder, so go to the Terminal tab and add a new shell, then type gulp sass

Lastly we can bundle and minify the asserts to the dist folder, by typing gulp

doing developerment, you can run the bundle without the minifyer by typing gulp watch

You can now access openflow web on and nodered on

Before starting nodered you either need to signin to openflow and create a user with username nodered1 or add auto_create_user_from_jwt=true to the .env file

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