Unified application for hazard calculations.
On OS X, we recommend using
homebrew to install application dependencies.
There are multiple dependencies that must be installed for this project:
- NPM Dependencies (development only)
- Sass and Compass (development only)
$ brew install php55
This will take you through the process of installing, starting, and creating a PostgreSQL database locally.
$ brew install postgresql
brew install postgresql, the terminal will output directions
that you will use to get your installation up and running.
- Create/Upgrade a Database
If this is your first install, create a database with:
$ initdb \ --auth=md5 \ --auth-host=md5 \ --auth-local=md5 \ --pgdata=<db_directory> \ --encoding=UTF8 \ --locale=en_US.UTF-8 \ --username=<db_admin_username> --pwprompt
You will need to replace the
actual values that make sense for your environment. The
a fully-qualified path name to a directory. This directory is where data
files for the database installation will be located. The
<db_admin_username> is the name of the administrator for the database
installation. This command will prompt you to enter a password for the
Note: We suggest defining a
.datadirectory at the root level of this application for the
- Start/Stop PostgreSQL
After running the
initdb command, you should see a success message. Use the
pg_ctl utility to start the database.
$ pg_ctl -D <db_directory> start
You will need to replace the
<db_directory> with the same value you used
when running the
initdb command (above). Alternatively, you can set the
PGDATA environment variable to this value and you will not need to specify
-D <db_directory> flag.
Login to the default
postgres database with the user that created the
$ psql postgres
Note: PostgreSQL will create the default database
postgres, which you can access with the same user that you used to create the database.
Install NPM Dependencies
From the root of the project directory:
$ npm install
Install Sass and Compass with Ruby
$ gem install sass
When installing this application you will be prompted for a database DSN (host, port, db name) as well as database username and password.
While the database server is currently running, you still need to create a database in the server that can be used by the application. We recommend a dedicated tablespace be assigned to this database. Additionally, for database access, you will not want to use the database administrator credentials but rather a dedicated username/password for this application.
$ mkdir <db_directory>/<db_name> $ psql postgres postgres=# CREATE USER <db_user> WITH ENCRYPTED PASSWORD '<db_pass>'; postgres=# CREATE TABLESPACE <db_name>_ts OWNER <db_user> LOCATION '<db_directory>/<db_name>'; postgres=# CREATE DATABASE <db_name> WITH OWNER <db_user> TABLESPACE <db_name>_ts; postgres=# \c <db_name>; <db_name>=# CREATE SCHEMA <db_schema> AUTHORIZATION <db_user>; <db_name>=# \q $
Note: You will need to replace any value contained in angle brackes (eg.
<db_name>) with the actual value that makes sense in your environment. You will need to use most of these same values again during the
pre-installscript that gets run (below).
Preview in a Browser
$ ./src/lib/pre-install $ grunt
pre-installscript will prompt you for several configuration values. Values related to the database should match those that were used during the "Create Database" step (above).
Having trouble getting started?
If this is your first time using grunt, you need to install the grunt command line interface globally.
$ npm install -g grunt-cli