Let's do this thing.
Yarn, which tends to make dependency management a bit less painful. After installing
npm install --global yarn
The easiest way to get started with your project is to go to the webgeoda repo and click the use this template button. That will let you create a new GitHub repository based on the current WebGeoDa release.
Once you have your GitHub repo started, clone the repository and open a terminal in your project folder. Run
npm installto download the required modules.
Mapbox tiles are the default background tiles for WebGeoDa scaffolding's maps. If you want to use Mapbox, make an account and generate an API token. Then, create a file called
.env.localin the project root folder with your API key as shown below:
To run the local development server, open your terminal and get started like so:
npm run dev